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Hammer Time

We left Dye 2 early the following morning, now on a new bearing. With 5 days of good weather ahead of us we began what we hoped would be the final push. We had 7 days’ worth of food, and we knew 6 days to get off the Icecap would be a real push, but would have to try as [...]

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Harbinger of Armageddon

 Upping our skiing time from 10 to 11hours a day once we began our descent the distance began to noticeably improve. From struggling to hit 25kilometers per day we were now easily making 30-35. Soon a speck appeared on the horizon that gradually grew into the dystopian shape of DYE 2. Camping 10km from the station we knew we had [...]

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Groundhog Day

  (Digging the tent out of a snow drift) The storm that hit us raged for three days. With only thirty days of food and fuel, we continued to push each of these days covering as much ground as possible. We had heard the other teams deployed on the ice had gone firm for the storm, though not ideal conditions [...]

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Turning in

  After making our way out of the crevasse fields we continued our climb up onto the icecap negotiating smaller but much deeper and deadly looking crevasses and melt water rivers that appeared during the day only to freeze again at night. Still in the polar bear zone we sleep in our tent with our rifle between us made ready [...]

By | September 17th, 2018|Categories: Live Blog|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Turning in

Lost Comms and Crevasse Madness

  Arrival We took a boat to the start point of our journey across Greenland, we began where most the ice cap traverses begins or finishes. An area by a settlement called Isortoq where the icecap almost meets the sea. A huge glacier roaring as tons of ice were shed periodically met our arrival. Instructing the Inuit skipper we weaved [...]

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Video – Greenland Preperation

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