Paradise Bay in Antarctica is possibly the most aptly named place in the world. It is one of the planned locations for a stage during the next edition of The Last Desert.
Have a look at the equipment list for The Last Desert (Antarctica)
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Not many people get the chance to go to Antarctica even once in their life, let alone more than that. For that reason it is possible for a friend or family member to join you on the expedition ship - they can support you in the race, do "normal" tourist activities, just a chill on the ship or a mixture of all these. Let us know if you want to find out more.
Following the route of Shackleton, The Last Desert will cross the Drake Passage and explore the peninsula and mainland of Antarctica. Find out more about the history of the places you will visit and what to expect weather-wise.
The expedition ship Plancius is confirmed to set sail for The Last Desert (Antarctica) 2020. Mark your diaries and get your registrations in!
The Last Desert is the only multi-stage ultra in Antarctica. Each of the stages takes place in a new location on this beautiful continent which could include King George Island, Deception Island, Paradise Bay and more. Have a look at the full itinerary.
With limited places don't leave it too long to register your place for the only multi-stage race in Antarctica which takes you to multiple locations for a true Antarctica experience
There are limited places on the ship for The Last Desert - register now to reserve your place.
Now is great time to start thinking about your qualification plan for The Last Desert by completing two of the other 4 Deserts Ultras. Or maybe you want to do the 4 Deserts Grand Slam?! Have a look at the race calendar for 2019 and 2020 and start planning!