Polar Circle Marathon

27-28 Oct 2018

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Press Guide 2017

Click here to download a PDF of our 2017 Press Guide.

This official press guide provides a detailed look at the history, concept and all events organized by Albatros Adventure Marathons. Current events include The Great Wall Marathon, The Big Five Marathon, The Petra Desert Marathon, The Polar Circle Marathon and The Bagan Temple Marathon.

 

Brochure

Click here to view a digital version and/or download our brochure.

 

Press Contact

If you are a member of the press and would like to request press accreditation please contact Steen Albrechtsen, Press Manager, sa@albatros-travel.dk.

 

Information

If you need more information about the marathon, send an email to marathon@albatros-adventure.com.

 

Images

Please credit all photos with Albatros Adventure Marathons. Images can only be used for editorial purposes, unless permission has been granted by Albatros Adventure Marathons for other use.

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What others thought

What a fantastic and intimate experience! I was amazed at the great logistics in such a harsh environment! Lars and Annette and the doctors were amazing hosts!

Lisa Forshey,
2015 Polar Circle Marathon finisher

It was an unbelievable experience, one that was truly out of the ordinary. If you enjoy extreme sports and going to different places, this is one for you. It was also extremely well run by the team in the harshest of conditions.

Heather Casey,
2015 Polar Circle Marathon finisher

I "got" all that I wanted: extremely cold temperatures, amazing landscape on the ice cap and along the road, end-of-the-world feeling. PLUS the organization was very good (considering the location...), the atmosphere between the runners at Polar Lodge very friendly. And the Polar Bear Challenge is such a good idea, for the challange AND for having the chance to go one more time on the ice cap, with possibly different weather conditions and so different "views".

Nicolas Muller,
2015 Polar Circle Marathon finisher