We might not be out exploring at the moment but have many VIRTUAL ways of expanding your horizon and feeding your need for adventure. Check out the list of virtual events below: 

Schedule for November - January coming soon...

PREVIOUS EVENTS

EVERY FRIDAY Through August
What: Polar Opposites (see description below)
When: 1 PM Chicago time
Watch previous episodes on our youtube channel.
Description: Join PolarExplorers guides for a Friday Happy Hour Debate as we discuss outdoor topics that have two or more sides. LIVE ON FACEBOOK. Please submit your suggestions on what you'd like to hear us debate.

Thursday, May 28th
What: Virtual Polar Training
Where: Zoom (click here)
When: 2PM Chicago Time 
Description: With this Virtual Training, you'll add some unique skills and best practices to your adventure toolkit and ensure a better experience on your next cold weather adventure. The "Shakedown" Polar Training was first conceived as a litmus test for extreme cold weather expedition readiness, but it’s so much more than that. The Shakedown is not just for folks who dream of tackling an extreme cold weather expedition. It’s for anyone with a sense of adventure and an appetite for outdoor fun! 

Thursday, June 25th (BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND)

What: Virtual Polar Training
Where: Zoom (click here)
When: 2PM Chicago Time 
Description: With this Virtual Training, you'll add some unique skills and best practices to your adventure toolkit and ensure a better experience on your next cold weather adventure. The "Shakedown" Polar Training was first conceived as a litmus test for extreme cold weather expedition readiness, but it’s so much more than that. The Shakedown is not just for folks who dream of tackling an extreme cold weather expedition. It’s for anyone with a sense of adventure and an appetite for outdoor fun! 

Thursday, May 21st
What: How to be a Hotshot Cold Weather Photographer
Where: Zoom (click here)
When: 2PM Chicago Time 
Description: Learn how to take stunning pictures that actually convey the adventure stories you want them to! We’ll admire the portfolios and pick the brains of two expedition tested photographers about how to take high quality photos in challenging cold environments. Whether you’re an old pro or a beginner, you’ll come away with a deeper understanding of how to shoot great photographs in extreme conditions..

Thursday, May 14th 
What: Armchair Expeditions: Full South Pole MESSNER ROUTE
Where: Zoom (click here)
When: 2PM Chicago Time 
Description: Imagine a 40+ day trek/expedition in Antarctica that begins on the coast and ends at the South Pole. Struggles. Triumphs. Otherworldly beauty. Epic adventure. The most remote place on earth. May 14, on Zoom: Join expedition filmmaker Ian Evans and PolarExplorers guide Keith Heger for a thrilling recap of their 2014-15 ski trek expedition to the South Pole along the famously challenging Messner Route. This is a wild one!

Thursday, May 7th
What: Shackleton's Crossing of South Georgia Island (and our own!)
Where: Zoom (click here)
When: 6PM Chicago Time 
Description: Join PolarExplorers guide and director Annie Aggens and she shares the story (with wonderful images) of Shackleton's historic 1914-1917 "Endurance" expedition. You'll learn all about this incredible, almost hard-to-believe story and you'll learn how you can walk in the footsteps of this amazing explorer. 

Tuesday, May 5th
What: Shackleton's Crossing of South Georgia Island (and our own!)
Where: Zoom (recording coming soon)
When: 2 PM Chicago Time / 7 PM London Time
Description: Join PolarExplorers guide and director Annie Aggens and she shares the story (with wonderful images) of Shackleton's historic 1914-1917 "Endurance" expedition. You'll learn all about this incredible, almost hard-to-believe story and you'll learn how you can walk in the footsteps of this amazing explorer. 

Friday, May 1st
What: Polar Opposites (see description below)
Watch previous episodes on our youtube channel.
When: 2 PM Chicago time
Description: Join PolarExplorers guides for a Friday Happy Hour Debate as we discuss outdoor topics that have two or more sides. Check back soon to see this week's topics.

Thursday, April 30th
What: Story Time With Our Guides: Tentbound!
Description: Anyone feeling a sense of confinement or isolation these days? We feel that struggle. Wild conditions can force expeditioners to retreat to the tiny safe haven of their tents for days on end. This Thursday at 2 PM CST we’ll relive our most memorable “tentbound” stories. We’d love to hear yours too.

Friday, April 24, 2020
What: Polar Opposites (see description below)
Watch previous episodes on our youtube channel.
Description: Join PolarExplorers guides as we debate topics that have two or more sides. This session we will be discussing Wool vs. Synthetic Clothing, Toilet Paper vs. Snowballs (for winter bathroom needs), and Canoeing vs. Kayaking 

Thursday April 17, 2020
What: North Pole In A Nutshell
Where: Instagram Live (recording coming soon)
Description: Join PolarExplorers guide and director Annie Aggens and she shares the top Five things that most people don't know about the North Pole. 

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