Practical Information

Practical info on how to survive ICE



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Registration and payment

You can participate individually or in a team of min. 5 people. The participation fee for ICE 2020 will be announced. Follow us on Facebook for updates.




Kirkenes is a small town in Northern Norway – 69 degrees North and 30 degrees east in the Arctic, and boarders to both Russia and Finland.


You can get to Kirkenes by plane or by car. Kirkenes Airport has arrivals from both Oslo and Tromsø. If you want to arrive by car you will find Kirkenes in the end of road E6.


The cheapest mode of transportation form the airport is with bus. The trip takes around 20 minutes (10 minutes if you flag down a taxi).




The weather in Kirkenes at the shift between May-June is somewhere around 10°C, which means it is still spring. There might be some patches of snow on the ground and on the mountain tops. At this time the sun is up all day and night (midnight sun).




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All meals for the 24 hours of ICE are included in the participation fee. All meals after the final will be your own cost.

Kirkenes has several good restaurants. Maybe you’d like to try a gourmet meal with reindeer, sushi, or some fabulous pizza!