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Trips in the area: North Pole

North Pole by helicopter
Helicopter flight to the Geographic North Pole from a Russian base on the ice

Achieving the mythical 90° North in a comfortable and safe way. This is a unique trip into the northern end of the planet that will allow us to perform a unique experience: to reach the Geographic North Pole. The only place on Earth where every direction is South.

North Pole by icebreaker ship - June - July 2016 (ask dates)
North Pole by icebreaker ship
Where every direction is South
Achieve the mythical 90° North was the obsession of great explorers and nations for centuries. Now is our chance to step on one of the most inaccessible and elusive corners on the Earth: the Geographic North Pole.
North Pole expedition on skis - 30 March to 16 April 2015
North Pole expedition on skis
Crossing on skis of the last 100 km to the North Pole from a drifting base on the Arctic Ocean
This is an unique journey to the north tip of the planet that will allow an exceptional experience: to reach the Geographic North Pole, the only place on Earth where all directions are south.
North Pole marathon
Mythical marathon around the 90 degrees north latitude
Live a unique experience running the 42.195 kilometers in the world's northernmost point. Here we have the opportunity to become one of the few people who have run a marathon on the ice sea at the North Pole. Million square kilometers of sea ice will be our running track. And just a couple of meters below the ice on which we run lies a 4,000 meters deep ocean.
Ski expedition to the Magnetic North Pole
One of the most remote and complex expeditions that can be done on Earth
A ski crossing departing from the coast of the archipelago of Canada to one of the most remote and inaccessible areas of the planet: the Magnetic North Pole. Located in the middle of the Arctic Ocean, the place is where all compasses point. Currently is located north of the Sverdrup Islands in the area most uninhabited of the whole Canadian Arctic.