In February 2019 a team of two will travel to Siberia to run the 600km frozen length of Lake Baikal, Russia.
The record is 13 days and 5 hours, set by Ray Zahab and Kevin Vallely in 2010 and we’re aiming to run it in under 10 days.
It will be a self-supported with all kit, food and equipment carried from the start. Low temperatures and high winds will make this a dangerous undertaking in the depths of Winter.
This is part of the reason for the trip, to step outside of our comfort zones and run in search of our limits.