Dr Ash Routen has arrived at Haugastøl, a village on the mountain plateau of Hardangervidda between the western and eastern part of Norway. Dr Routen plans to cross the Hardangervidda Plateau in preparation for tougher adventure later this year in Greenland.
Dr Routen a Sports Science Researcher will be testing ArmaSkin in these conditions to ascertain their suitability for long distance sub zero hiking/skiing.
You can follow his trip via the link on our front page.

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