Latitude: 86.826, Longitude: -58.886 | Dist To Pole: 219.5 Miles | View Maps
April 22nd, 2014
Yesterday evening we decided to chronicle setting up camp on video and of course everything went wrong. First, we were both very tired and moved slowly. Then, one of the poles wouldn't seed and one rope that keeps the vestibule pole from splaying out came untied and to add insult to injury, one ice screw...
April 21st, 2014
Ryan Dispatch: The ups and downs of Polar Expeditions...can be the most difficult part of the journey. There is figurative and literal truth to that. We are always up and down mentally here since it is a hard place just to live in for a short term period of time. Throw in injury, news from home,...
April 20th, 2014
It was another windy day on thee ice - and cold too - although the later is fairly obvious. I hadn't known it was Easter, or Sunday for that matter until Maria texted me via the DeLorme inReach that her and Merritt were playing outside. Not to get too personal (yeah I know probably too late for...
February 11th, 2014
Duration: 1.30 min.
While polar expeditions are extremely difficult endeavors and I spend a lot of my time in between adventures trying to adjust to normal life.
February 6th, 2014
Duration: 2.22 min.
Here is a look back at my 2010 North Pole expedition. The route from Cape Discovery Ellesmere Island, Canada to the Geographic North Pole spans 490 miles - at least if you were to measure the distance in a straight line, but as you can see, nothing about the route or the expedition is straight forward. This particular expedition was part of my Save the Poles expedition - a world record journey to the South Pole, North Pole and top of Mt. Everest all in one year.
January 31st, 2014
Duration: 1.60 min.
Sometimes, getting out for a short run makes the world look a whole lot better.
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