April 1st, 2017. 34 or 50km in classic technique.
An Arctic ski experience between ocean and mountains.


Reistadløpet was arranged for the first time in 1958 and is one of the ski races in Norway with the richest traditions. The race was established in memory of Colonel Ole Reistad, He was a great skier and athlete well-known for having led the Norwegian ski patrol to victory in the Olympic championships in St. Moritz in 1928.

Reistadløpet, at a latitude of 69° North, is the northernmost of all the races in the Visma Ski Classics.  There are two different races to choose from – one being 50 kilometres long and the other 34 kilometres long, both running through a stunning arctic scenery from Setermoen to Bardufoss. There is also a race for the children – “Barnas Reistadløp”.

Registration fee

20/10-28/2 1/3-31/3
                             50km Classic NOK 800,- NOK 1.000,- Start 9.00
                                                             34km Classic NOK 550,- NOK 750,- Start 10.30
                                                             34km Classic NOK 400,- NOK 550,- Start 09.15-10.00 and 10.30 “trim”

Reistadløpet – Pure Arctic Madness!

Setermoen and Bardufoss are easily accessible by plane, bus or car. There will be bus transportation between Start and Finish


Bibs are handed out in the Race Office in the Town Hall at Setermoen on the following times : Friday March 31st 10:00-20:00 Saturday April 1st 07:30-10:30

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For ELITE WOMAN / ELITE MEN the organizer will use VISMA SKI CLASSICS seeding. However the Race Director and organizer will solely decide if other skiers will be moved into the ELITE group based on previous results indicated in a mail to VSCR 50K:...

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Classes and og prizes Reistadløpet is following the regulation given by the Norwegian Ski Federation. Both 50 and 34km distances are divided in classes covering a 10-year span with exception of the youngest skiers. 50km 34km W/M 17-18 år W/M 15-16 år W/M...

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Team Santander in the front

Team Santander was victorious in both the mens and the women race in Toblach-Cortina on February 11th. Tord Asle Gjerdalen gained a bigger lead over Andreas Nygaard (Team Santander) in the overall standings. Katerina Smutna, on the other hand, made the...

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