Ljósmyndir frá keppnunum 2023

Photos from 2023 races

About 2,000 photographs from the 2023 Fossavatnsgangurin have been published. They, like pictures from previous competitions, can be found on the website of Ágústs Atlason, the competition's court photographer. You can buy them in full resolution for a low price.
Svissneskur og norskur sigur í Fossavatnsgöngunni

Swiss and Norwegian gold in today's Fossavatnsgangan

Fossavatnsgangan, the biggest cross-country skiing event in the country, took place on Ísafjörður today, Saturday. It was Nadja Kaelin from Switzerland and Mathias Aas Rolid from Norway who finished first in the women's and men's categories in the 50 kilometer walk. The top Icelanders in the walk were...
Áminning um breytta rástíma / Reminder about altered starting times

Reminder about altered starting times

We remind you that tomorrow's schedule has been changed slightly from what was previously announced: • The start of the 50 km walk will be open at 08:00-08:30• The start for 25 km and 12.5 km will be open 08:30-09:00 Just a friendly reminder that the starting times tomorrow have been...
Móttaka fyrir handhafa Worldloppet-passa / Reception for Worldloppet passport holders

Reception for Worldloppet passport holders

On Friday, March 14, there will be a reception for Worldloppet pass holders in Turnhúsin, Neðstakaupstað on Ísafjörður. The reception starts at 17:00 and light refreshments will be available. Registration is unnecessary. Fossavatnsgangan is part of the international series Worldloppet. You can...
Styttist í Fossavatnsgönguna: start og mark á Seljalandsdal

Fossavatnsgangan coming up

The party is about to start. The ski area's trail workers and trampers have worked hard to ensure that the walk can take place despite the fact that the snow has decreased more than we would have liked. After yesterday's meeting, the following was decided: •...
Nýjar veðurstöðvar á Windy

New weather stations in key locations

Recently, special weather stations were installed at three locations on the Fossavatn route, which provide temperature, wind strength, wind direction and air pressure. These stations are Heiðin (for 50 km it is after 8 and 33 km, for a 25 km walk it is after 8 km), Nónvatn (for 50 km after 20 and 26 km)...