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Ventures that happened at least in part: Ben Saunders no stranger to Antarctica, was departing the UK on about 27 October to set off on what he called the first solo and unsupported crossing Ben dedicated his trek in memory of Henry Worsley and used a similar route.
Here is a 20 October Outside Online interview with Ben about the venture Ben arrived UG on the first IL flight on 4 November, and was dropped off at his Completed duties before patients arrive point on the 9th thanks to good weather. He reached Pole on 29 December but opted to discontinue the rest of his planned trip to the Ross Ice Shelf as he'd run short of food due to delays Telegraph article.
Yasunaga Ogita a 40 year old Japanese adventurer from Takasu, Hokkaido, attempted a solo unassisted trip from Hercules Inlet beginning in mid-November. In the past few years he made two unsuccessful attempts to reach the North Pole. His venture was publicized in this 22 September Japan Times article.
He headed south from Japan to Punta Arenas on 10 November and was dropped off at his starting point on the 17th. His blog in Japanese with photos is here. And as of 5 January he was close Davor Rostuhar Diary index Croatian language site is a year-old Croatian writer and photographer who has traveled extensively worldwide and written six books, including one for National Geographic.
He was attempting to be the first Croatian to reach the South Pole As of late November he was still on a cruise ship He was flown to Hercules Inlet on 1 December.
He reached Pole on the 18th South Pole time Davor's main website in English and Croatian with more information about him and his previous projects, is here. Scott Sears aka the Antarctic Gurkha an Englishman who became a British Army officer after failed attempts to become a tennis pro and a country music singer in Boise and then got a law degreewas underway on a solo ski trip from Hercules Inlet to Pole.
As of 11 December he was doing well He successfully reached Pole on 27 December. Leo is a year-old rock climber from the Lake District of northern England. Unique in part because their plans did NOT include a visit to Pole unless time permitted.
They were dropped off at their starting point on 21 November. By 8 December they had reached the Gothic Mountains and summited their goal, the Spectre, using much of the north face route followed by Mugs and Ed Stump years earlier.
After some more serious climbing, they opted to not head north 60 miles to the Ross Ice Shelf, but instead head south. By 5 January they were making great kiting speed on the established route from Pole to Union Glacier, with miles left to travel. They arrived in spectacular fashion at Union Glacier on 11 January.
Here's a 2 February Stuff. Jade Hameister with guide Eric Philips Jade was a year-old girl from Melbourne, on a ski trip to Pole using a new mile route from the southeast corner of the Ross Ice Shelf up the Reedy and Kansas Glaciers the Kansas Glacier is a tributary to the Reedy.
She was accompanied by her father Paul Hameister, who also happens to be the 12th Australian to climb the Seven Summits, guide Eric Philips, assistant Heath Jamieson, and National Geographic photographer Ming D'Arcy who was capturing stuff for a future documentary.
Oh, by the way, Jade, Paul, and Eric were in the midst of a Greenland ski crossing east from Kangerlussuaq in May Not a lot of details originally appeared on Jade's website, but Eric posted frequent blog updates on his site as well as daily email updates.
Also, here's a 19 November Australian news article from The Age. They reached Pole on the 11th. The renewable energy was coming from new technology solar panels The team was being resupplied from caches.
In December Robert was spending a week at the Union Glacier camp with an international team, making additional plans for the trip However, on 18 December day 27 of the venture Robert Swan was flown back to Union Glacier after fearing that his travel speed was slowing the others down.
Astrid Furholt of Norway, was underway on a ski trip to Pole following Amundsen's original mile route from the Bay of Whales site and up the Axel Heiberg Glacier to the plateau Their plans were to recreate Amundsen's route to Pole from the Bay of Whales.
From there they ski-sailed north toward the Bay of Whales. Thus, they would actually travel about miles.An introduction, Tom Booth, 41 years service, – When contemplating the lifetime/history of High Royds and its contribution to the care of the mentally ill it is well to remember that ‘success is a journey not a destination’.
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