The 14th edition of The Polar Circle Marathon will be held October 27-28, 2018 in Kangerlussuaq, Greenland. With limited availability and high-demand, The Polar Circle Marathon typically sells out within weeks of registration opening. Get on the waiting list for early notification!
October 27, 2018 at 7am to October 28, 2018 at 4pm.
The marathon takes place on Saturday and the half marathon on Sunday, giving you the chance to run both distances and take on the Polar Bear Challenge.
Starting with a loop on the ice sheet, participants run through an extraordinary landscape of glacier tongues and arctic desert. Runners will be in for a challenge in this astonishing area, where reindeer and musk oxen graze and the Northern Lights create a mesmerising show in the night sky.
The coolest marathon on Earth. The Polar Circle Marathon, takes place in icy Greenland and is a unique chance to explore one of the world’s most fascinating corners. With multiple days in Kangerlussuaq and optional extensions after the race, participants have time to take in the fascinating nature and get a taste of Greenland.
The Polar Circle Marathon is one of the world’s most exclusive races as the logistics in the area caps the number of participants on each distance to a total of 140. The race sells out with international participants from Australia to Brazil and South Africa to Japan, all travelling to this remote part of the world to take up the challenge of battling the freezing temperatures and the endless sky.
Sign up for the waiting list, and receive early notification about the opening of registration!!
Book your stay nearby Polar Circle Marathon 2019 from the map, displaying all the available Airbnbs and hotels nearby, at the lowest prices.