100th Expedition

Celebrating our 100th Expedition!

In 27 years of guiding we have organized and guided over 100 polar expeditions. Learn more about our expeditions to the North Pole, South Pole, and sub polar regions like Greenland, Svalbard and Iceland.

North Pole 2021 Last Degree 

Plan your expedition to the top of the world! Ski the Last Degree or Dogsled the Last Degree. Our expeditions are nearly full! Call or email us today.

Virtual Event Calendar

We are hosting loads of virtual events!
Virtual expeditions, discussions, kit reviews... learn and explore while you stay at home. Watch live or visit our Youtube Channel to watch recorded events. Check out all upcoming and past events here.

2014 Full South Pole Ski Expedition

Team members: Ian Evans, Andy Styles, Bradley Cross and PolarExplorers guide Keith Heger.

This blog will follow our 2014 Full South Pole Ski Expedition, skiing from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole using the "Messner Route." Check back regularly for updates from the team!

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It is hard to believe that this is the final blog entry from the 2014-2015 PolarExplorers Full South Pole Ski Expedition. For the longest time the expedition felt like it would never arrive, then (especially for the skiers) it probably felt like it would never end!

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We are happy to report that everyone is back on terra firma. They are checked into their hotel rooms and enjoying the benefits of civilization. 

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The team is minutes away from leaving the continent they have called home for the last 50 days! However, there was no room for sorrow while packing for the plane ride back to Punta Arenas. Instead, giddy energy is flying around as well as a few snowballs. All four will be settled into their hotel by 8:30pm tonight (Punta Arenas time).

Congratulations again guys! What an incredible achievement.  Keep following for commentary, interviews, and hi-res photos of the expedition.

The team reported today that their celebrations last night went well into the wee hours of this morning, which made their long awaited sleep-in all the more pleasant. Last night the South Pole NGO camp manager, Devon, made them a delicious meal with tons of food and even a few beers & cigars.

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We spoke with the team again and they were having a great time. They ate a sumptuous meal, had a photo session, got a tour, and had a delightful time socializing with people outside their small circle. How wonderful and strange it must be to see so many new faces!

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Shaking It Up With Our Shakedown

Whether you are a seven summit alum thinking of doing the Explorer's Grand Slam, or a first time adventurer, our Polar Training is the right choice when it comes to preparing for your polar expedition or your next cold weather adventure. Need more convincing? Here are our top five reasons for joining our Shakedown?

Planning Your South Pole / Vinson Combo

You want to Ski the Last Degree to the South Pole. You also want to climb Mt. Vinson. Should you do both during the same trip? The answer is ABSOLUTELY!  Check out this blog to learn five tips everyone should know about planning the South Pole / Vinson Combo. READ MORE...