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Canal Aventure is the official website of The Track Organisation. Established in 2010, The Track Organisation is a travel agency specializing in ultramarathons organization. Born of the passion for adventure and by the conviction that sport is a universal language, we want to give you the opportunity to experience (and to share) some extraordinary moments.
Since 2011, the events that we organize on the differents continents from Australia to Bolivia through India, Burkina Faso, Norway and Vietnam, brought together hundreds of participants from thirty different nationalities. Motivated by simple but essential values our ambition is to organize events that allow participants to discover beautiful landscapes and the different cultures of our planet.
Our commitment is also to preserve the authenticity of places and people we encounter. So we limit our groups at a reasonable number of participant.
The Ultra NORWAY Race is part of the Canal Aventure Series and is a foot race non-stop of 170 km, with 7,000 meters of positive elevation and competitor is in semi Self-Supported.
The adventure takes place in Norway, from the Lyngen Alps to Tromsø, 350 km north of the Arctic Circle.
The participants must follow the route as marked by the organizers. There are check points located at regular intervals.
The Ultra NORWAY Race takes place in the north of Norway, 350 km north of the Arctic Circle. The start will be in the Lyngen Alps, an attractive place in northern Norway and the finish line will be on the waterfront of Tromsø, the city of adventurers.
The itinerary will be an opportunity for participants to discover the magical and surprising landscapes of the Lyngen Alps. They will cross the landscapes of mountains and high mountains associated with the ubiquitous blue fjords. On the last kilometers, the competitors will see the Arctic Cathedral and they will cross the iconic Tromsø Bridge with stunning views over the city.
In July, we will benefit of the midnight sun and we will see the beautiful scenery of northern Norway in a dazzling Arctic brightness.
The time limit to cover the entire distance is 48 hours. To be authorised to continue the event, runners must set off again from the control post before the fixed time limit.
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