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Tuesday, 07 August 2018 17:10

Shaking It Up At Our Shakedown Training

One of our favorite adventures isn't at the top or bottom of the world (though Svalbard is pretty close!) but is is all about how you GET to the top or bottom of the world. If you are looking for a good adventure, even if you have no aspirations of traveling to the North or South Poles, our Polar Shakedown Training can shake up your life in all sorts of good ways. Here are five "Shakedown Shakeups" that will put this training on your bucket list. 

Friday, 01 June 2018 17:00

Greenland Weather Strikes Again!

The team left Tasiilaq this morning on a short helicopter flight to the airport at Kulusuk. They were scheduled to fly to Reykjavik, Iceland a couple hours later.

Thursday, 31 May 2018 17:06

Photos From Yesterday

We received these photos late last night. Looks like a GREAT end to the expedition! Check back again today for more...

Thursday, 31 May 2018 00:07

Success!!!

A huge CONGRATULATIONS is in order for our team who reached their final waypoint at approximately 11:30 AM Greenland time and successfully finished their crossing of the Greenland icecap, woohoo!!!!

Wednesday, 30 May 2018 02:49

The Day Described With Four W's

The team could describe today using four words that start with W: wind, whiteout, warm and wet.

Tuesday, 29 May 2018 01:50

Chicken Strips and French Fries!

What does it say when the blog title is about food? Well, for starters food is in the top three things people think about while skiing all day every day...

Monday, 28 May 2018 02:21

Better Than Yesterday, But Still Hard

It was another tough day on the Greenland icecap. It was made that way mostly by the fresh, deep snow. The visibility was terrible again but towards the afternoon they got some breaks with a little sunshine. Oh what a sight!

Sunday, 27 May 2018 01:33

Skiing in a Whiteout

Tough day today. The visibility was nil, there was absolutely no contrast, there was wind in the face, and snow. A whole lot of nothing to look at but the backs of team mates and the butts of dogs.

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