The weather made today significantly more challenging for our team with -25C (-13F) temperatures and sustained 10 knot winds gusting to 15 knots throughout the day. In these conditions, the wind chill factor is around -33 degrees Celcius!...

 With the wind coming from their left all day it was a challenge to keep the left side of their faces warm and protected, but everyone was perfectly hale at the end of the day, if a bit tired. Right now, they are only 12 nautical miles away from the South Pole and plan to arrive on Sunday, January 12th. Listen to the full audio update below and check back in tomorrow for more details!

This is the riddle that the team spent the day considering. Can you figure it out without looking it up?

Before Mount Everest was discovered, what was the highest mountain on Earth?

Audio Update featuring Martin Chvoj

If you are enjoying this blog check out our South Pole Last Degree Expedition page and our Mount Vinson page for more information about the expedition.

 

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