Map & Stats

Here you can follow our progress throughout our trip. The map shows where we have camped, where we have resupplied, milestone achievements, random activities and our route.

Below the map you will find key statistics about our trip so far.

 

Key stats per 2nd of January 2018

  • Days on expedition: 307
  • Days on the move: 165,5 (54%)
  • Days grounded by the weather: 30,5 (10 %)
  • Days doing activites or relaxing: 110 (36 %)

 

  • Total:
    – 2695 km (average speed 2,77 km/h inc. breaks)
    – 971 hours (inc. breaks)
    – Average distance and hour per day on the move 16,2 km / 5,8 hours
  • Hiking (38 %):
    – 1014 km (average speed 2,56km/h inc. breaks)
    – 397 hours (inc. breaks)
    – Average distance and hour per day on the move 14,1 km / 5,5 hours
  • Skiing (25 %):
    – 680 km (average speed 2,08 km/h inc. breaks)
    – 327hours (inc. breaks)
    – Average distance and hour per day on the move 13 km / 6,2 hours
  • Kayaking (37 %):
    – 1000 km (average speed 4,04 km/h inc. breaks)
    – 248 hours (inc. breaks)
    – Average distance and hour per day on the move 23,7 km / 5,9 hours

 

  • Longest days on the move:
    – Hiking: 26 km (8,5 hours) (Day #236, with 35 kg backpack)
    – Skiing: 31 km (9,5 hours) (Day #49, with 60 kg pulk and 20 kg backpack)
    – Kayaking: 51 km (13 hours)(Day #93, fully loaded kayak 200 kg)

 

  • Total nights out: 307
    – In tent (all types): 175 (57 %)
    – In winter tent: 51 (17 %)
    – In summer tent: 105 (35 %)
    – In tree tent: 19 (6 %)
    – In cabin: 107 (35 %)
    – Under the open sky: 7 (2,3 %)
    – Other (shelters, leanto, boathouse ect.): 17 (6 %)

Funfacts

By the 29th of Oktober 2017 we have gotten this far:

  • 159 % of air distance between Lindesnes-Nordkapp
  • 642 % of air distance between West Cape-Swedish border
  • 105 % of Norways national border
  • 2,7 % of Norways costal line
  • 6,7 % of the circumference of earth (equator)
  • 25 % of the moon’s circumference
  • 46 % of air distance between Oslo and New York

Sognefjorden is the second longest fjord in the world and the worlds longest ice free fjord. It is 204 kilometers long and we paddled the whole lengt of it this summer, pluss many of the smaler fjords that are part of Sognefjorden. In total we paddled 350 kilometers just within Sognefjorden and that is equal the total lengt of the world longes fjord, Scorebysundet in Greenland.