10 stages - 100 Miles // 50 Miles - Week 22
FRIDAY 3RD AND SATURDAY 4TH OF JUNE 2022
This is the first ever 100 Miles/50 Miles RELAY (stafett) race in Norway and is a great teambuilding product, where you work together before and during the race. It is a great way to experience Lofoten, which is often described as the world’s most beautiful islands. The relay races consist of 10 stages, 100 Miles stages 9-22 km and 50 Miles stages from 3-15 km. Some stages are flat and some have more elevation and technical terrain. To get to the start of the race you have to take a short boat ride into the spectacular Kirkefjord, close to the famous fishing village Reine, known as one of the most picturesque areas in the world. The relay course is the same as the individual course. If you participate 10 years and switch legs every year you may finish the whole 100 miles course after 10 years. This is a pretty cool way to experience Lofoten, from west to east.
Please note – race brief the day before the start (late afternoon).
Date/time: 100 Miles: Friday 3rd of June at 13:00 // 50 Miles: Saturday 4th of June at 09.00
Start: 100 Miles: Kirkefjorden, Moskenes // 50 Miles: Lofotr Vikingmuseum, Borg, Vestvågøy
End: Svolvær, Austvågøy
Track: Entire track is marked
Distance: 166 KM(100 Miles) // 81 KM(50 Miles)
Height meters: 7000+ M // 3500+ M
Number of stages: 10
Length of stages: 100 Miles: From 9 KM to 22 KM // 50 Miles: From 3 KM to 15 KM
Maximum number of team participants: 10 athletes
Minimum number of team participants: 100 Miles: 4 athletes // 50 Miles: 2 athletes
CUT OFF // 100 MILES RELAY (STAFETT)
144 KM/Kleppstad 32 hours after start
158 KM/Kongsmarka 36 hours after start
CUT OFF // 50 MILES RELAY (STAFETT)
61 KM/Kleppstad 11 hours after start
75 KM/Kongsmarka 15 hours after start
Please read the Race Manual below for further details about the race!
We highly recommend dinner and a good celebration at Thon Hotel Lofoten or at the new Thon Hotel Svolvær.
On Sunday morning the athletes can enjoy the award winning breakfast at Thon Hotel Lofoten before we all meet for the Award Ceremony next to finish line 11 am. Fame and glory to the athletes and you can win great draw prices from our partners.
The arctic triple has a major focus on sustainability in all aspects of our operations. We want to do everything we can to make the most environmentally friendly races in the world. Read more here