Do you have the ambition to take part in a Polar Expedition but are hesitant because you lack experience? We interviewed one of our most recent North Pole Last Degree team members, Danny Lubert, who was in this same position and asked him to reflect on his first expedition experience.
100 years ago today Ernest Shackleton was on the Endurance, beset in ice, slowly drifting to the north (opposite of where he wanted to go). Little did he know what an adventure lay ahead of him!
We had the privilege of sitting down with legendary polar expedition guide, Keith Heger, since he is in our office everyday!
Here are some of his thoughts on his 44-day Full South Pole expedition on the Messner route.
For over 20 years PolarExplorers has been training aspiring polar adventurers how to thrive in the unforgiving polar environment. With two popular trainings (one in Norway and one in the USA) why add a third in Iceland?
PolarExplorers guide John Barkhausen just returned from PE's ski traverse of Europe's largest glacier. We caught up with him to find out what was special about the expedition.
Prince Harry, who was on a South Pole expedition in 2013, was called "the Dynamo!" of his team. Hearing this inspired us to ask the question "what does it take to be a dynamo on a polar expedition?" PolarExplorers guides Annie Aggens and Keith Heger give their opinions: