Norway, Alta | 2016
Norway, Alta | 2016

This picture shows a training of the Stefan Falter’s team the day before the start. Here we are outside the city center in the middle of a snow storm, dogs struggle to run in this deep snow field.

Norway, Neiden 2 Fjellstue Check point | 2016
Norway, Neiden 2 Fjellstue Check point | 2016

This is a portrair of Edmund Heggedal, 46 years old Norwegian from Tana. this man was the handler of the msher number 21. In this picture my lens got foggy for the cold temperature outside.

Norway, Skoganvarre Check Point | 2016
Norway, Skoganvarre Check Point | 2016

In this picture one of the musher’s van window during their dinner. Most of the mushers and handlers have a van where they can sleep and eat during the short breaks at the check points.

Norway, Skoganvarre Check Point | 2016
Norway, Skoganvarre Check Point | 2016

This is the portrait of one of the handlers involved in the race. In the Skoganvarre check point the night is very cold, most of the team arrived between 10 and 1 o’clock that night. This is the first check point of the race where is mandatory to rest for 16 hours before leaving as the rules state.

Norway, Neiden - 1 Fjellstue Check Point | 2016
Norway, Neiden - 1 Fjellstue Check Point | 2016

This picture shows the inside of a yurta, the traditional Sami tent. This tent was located in the Neiden check point to offer some sleep to handlers and mushers without van. At the center of the tent there is a fire keeping warm inside and around lot of reindeer’s skins to sleep on.

Norway, Levajok Check Point | 2016
Norway, Levajok Check Point | 2016

Two dogs are sleeping covered by a woolen blanket. When teams arrive at check points, the first thing that musher do is to unleash the dogs, feed them, call the vet team for the routine visit and then cover all the 14 dog in order to keep them warm while they sleep.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

This pictures show the musher 21 and his big gloves.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

Here Stefan Falter and one of his dogs, he use to hug them before the start to motivate them as much as possible.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

This is the portrait of Arnt Ola skjerve at the star in Alta the 5th of March.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

Two dogs are “posing” for my camera in the same position as they understand that I’m photographing them. This is the moment right before the start.

Norway. Alta check point | 2016
Norway. Alta check point | 2016

This picture shows a mother and her daughter looking at the dogs before the start. People in the northern part of Norway, go around with sled for the snow that often impede to walk properly.

Norway, Neiden 2 Check Point | 2016
Norway, Neiden 2 Check Point | 2016

This picture shows one of the hundred’s volunteers of the Finnmarkslope, taking some hay for the mushers and their dogs.

Norway, Tana Bru check point | 2016
Norway, Tana Bru check point | 2016

This is the portrait of Bjorn Dahl, handler of the musher 36. Here in Tana, winner of the best check point of the whole race.

Norway, Alta | 2016
Norway, Alta | 2016

Sea view.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

This picture show a team of dogs tied on a trailer before the start.They gather as a human team.

Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016.

Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016.


This is Arnt Ola skjerve opening some meat cans with a hat cat for his dogs.

Norway, Tana Bru check point | 2016
Norway, Tana Bru check point | 2016

Portrait of Arnt Ola skjerve 33 years old from Norway. here while checking his dogs in Tana Bru. Arnt finished the race at the position n°2.

Norway, Neiden 1 Check Point | 2016
Norway, Neiden 1 Check Point | 2016

Here two supporter of the Finnmarkslope getting warm inside the tent prepared for handlers and musher in Neidem.

Norway, Sirma Check Point | 2016
Norway, Sirma Check Point | 2016

This picture shows Bjorn, one of the handlers, having fun in one of the very few relaxed moments during the race. handlers need to be at the check point at least one hour prior of their musher, then prpare everything the musher will need at his arrival.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

The competition start, dogs pull the sled with the maximum strenght

Norway, Neiden Check Point | 2016
Norway, Neiden Check Point | 2016

This is the yurta that mushers and handlers used to sleep in Neiden.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

Bjorn Dahl smoking outside his apartment after the end of the Finnmarkslope race.

Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016
Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016

Bjorn and Edmund and a third person,at very early morning having breakfast around the fire.

Norway, Sirma Check Point | 2016
Norway, Sirma Check Point | 2016

Portrait of the Trail Breaker in Sirma.

Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016
Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016

Portrait of a musher and his dog in tana Bru check point. The musher congratulate with the dogs after the race.

Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016
Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016

Portrait of a musher and his dog in tana Bru check point. The musher congratulate with the dogs after the race.

Norway, Alta | 2016
Norway, Alta | 2016

Bjorn Dahl is one of the most famous handler of this sport, ha has been doing this for over 15 years. Here back in his house in Alta at the end of the competition with his granddaughter playing video games.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

Landscape of Alta, this is outside the cituy center, already a part of the race’s trail.

Norway, Sirma | 2016
Norway, Sirma | 2016

Portrait ofBjorn Dalh.


 

Norway, Alta | 2016
Norway, Neiden 2 Fjellstue Check point | 2016
Norway, Skoganvarre Check Point | 2016
Norway, Skoganvarre Check Point | 2016
Norway, Neiden - 1 Fjellstue Check Point | 2016
Norway, Levajok Check Point | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway. Alta check point | 2016
Norway, Neiden 2 Check Point | 2016
Norway, Tana Bru check point | 2016
Norway, Alta | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016.

Norway, Tana Bru check point | 2016
Norway, Neiden 1 Check Point | 2016
Norway, Sirma Check Point | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway, Neiden Check Point | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016
Norway, Sirma Check Point | 2016
Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016
Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016
Norway, Alta | 2016
Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016
Norway, Sirma | 2016
Norway, Alta | 2016

This picture shows a training of the Stefan Falter’s team the day before the start. Here we are outside the city center in the middle of a snow storm, dogs struggle to run in this deep snow field.

Norway, Neiden 2 Fjellstue Check point | 2016

This is a portrair of Edmund Heggedal, 46 years old Norwegian from Tana. this man was the handler of the msher number 21. In this picture my lens got foggy for the cold temperature outside.

Norway, Skoganvarre Check Point | 2016

In this picture one of the musher’s van window during their dinner. Most of the mushers and handlers have a van where they can sleep and eat during the short breaks at the check points.

Norway, Skoganvarre Check Point | 2016

This is the portrait of one of the handlers involved in the race. In the Skoganvarre check point the night is very cold, most of the team arrived between 10 and 1 o’clock that night. This is the first check point of the race where is mandatory to rest for 16 hours before leaving as the rules state.

Norway, Neiden - 1 Fjellstue Check Point | 2016

This picture shows the inside of a yurta, the traditional Sami tent. This tent was located in the Neiden check point to offer some sleep to handlers and mushers without van. At the center of the tent there is a fire keeping warm inside and around lot of reindeer’s skins to sleep on.

Norway, Levajok Check Point | 2016

Two dogs are sleeping covered by a woolen blanket. When teams arrive at check points, the first thing that musher do is to unleash the dogs, feed them, call the vet team for the routine visit and then cover all the 14 dog in order to keep them warm while they sleep.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

This pictures show the musher 21 and his big gloves.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

Here Stefan Falter and one of his dogs, he use to hug them before the start to motivate them as much as possible.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

This is the portrait of Arnt Ola skjerve at the star in Alta the 5th of March.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

Two dogs are “posing” for my camera in the same position as they understand that I’m photographing them. This is the moment right before the start.

Norway. Alta check point | 2016

This picture shows a mother and her daughter looking at the dogs before the start. People in the northern part of Norway, go around with sled for the snow that often impede to walk properly.

Norway, Neiden 2 Check Point | 2016

This picture shows one of the hundred’s volunteers of the Finnmarkslope, taking some hay for the mushers and their dogs.

Norway, Tana Bru check point | 2016

This is the portrait of Bjorn Dahl, handler of the musher 36. Here in Tana, winner of the best check point of the whole race.

Norway, Alta | 2016

Sea view.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

This picture show a team of dogs tied on a trailer before the start.They gather as a human team.

Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016.


This is Arnt Ola skjerve opening some meat cans with a hat cat for his dogs.

Norway, Tana Bru check point | 2016

Portrait of Arnt Ola skjerve 33 years old from Norway. here while checking his dogs in Tana Bru. Arnt finished the race at the position n°2.

Norway, Neiden 1 Check Point | 2016

Here two supporter of the Finnmarkslope getting warm inside the tent prepared for handlers and musher in Neidem.

Norway, Sirma Check Point | 2016

This picture shows Bjorn, one of the handlers, having fun in one of the very few relaxed moments during the race. handlers need to be at the check point at least one hour prior of their musher, then prpare everything the musher will need at his arrival.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

The competition start, dogs pull the sled with the maximum strenght

Norway, Neiden Check Point | 2016

This is the yurta that mushers and handlers used to sleep in Neiden.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

Bjorn Dahl smoking outside his apartment after the end of the Finnmarkslope race.

Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016

Bjorn and Edmund and a third person,at very early morning having breakfast around the fire.

Norway, Sirma Check Point | 2016

Portrait of the Trail Breaker in Sirma.

Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016

Portrait of a musher and his dog in tana Bru check point. The musher congratulate with the dogs after the race.

Norway, Tana Bru Check Point | 2016

Portrait of a musher and his dog in tana Bru check point. The musher congratulate with the dogs after the race.

Norway, Alta | 2016

Bjorn Dahl is one of the most famous handler of this sport, ha has been doing this for over 15 years. Here back in his house in Alta at the end of the competition with his granddaughter playing video games.

Norway, Alta Check Point | 2016

Landscape of Alta, this is outside the cituy center, already a part of the race’s trail.

Norway, Sirma | 2016

Portrait ofBjorn Dalh.


 

show thumbnails