Greenland Crossing

Will your linear distance be longer than 400km?

If your journey will be less than 400km then it is not a crossing. Select another path.

Does your crossing have less than 90 degrees of arc between start and end in relation to the Ice Divide?

If your journey has greater than 90 degrees of arc between start and end in relation to the Ice Divide then it is not a crossing. Select another path.

Does your crossing start and end at margins that can be justified as opposite?

If your journey starts and ends at margins that cannot be justified as opposite then it is not a crossing. Select another path.

Does your crossing cross or parallel the Ice Divide?

If your journey doesn't cross or parallel the Ice Divide then it is not a crossing. Select another path.

Does your crossing meet all four requirements?

If you answered Yes to all of the questions then your journey is a Crossing. Select NEXT.

What type of crossing are you doing? *

The standard route between Point 660 and Isortoq or Isortoq Hut is a Crossing.

What type of Crossing?

Greenland has multiple crossing variants due to its elongated shape. Select Generic if you don't want to specify your type of crossing.

Team Size *

Solo expeditions are not permitted on the Greenland ice sheet. Select Team.

Will you be Supported or Unsupported? *

There are multiple forms of support, check definitions under Guidelines / Aid

How will you travel over the surface?

Select more than one Mode of Travel if the additional mode is planned and will be sustained and repetitive. Snowkite and dogsled journeys are not required to list Ski as an additional discipline, it is implied. If you prefer to use sub-mode terminology instead, add it below.

Examples: Fatbike, Catamaran, Snowshoe etc.

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