Expedition Five: 2 men, 600 km across the icecap of Greenland, unsupported

2 men, 600 km across the icecap of Greenland, unsupported.

Anthony (Ant) contacted me last winter to get some training and advice before they went out to cross Greenland. (In fact, they are on Greenland now and going out to cross Greenland today!)

In February Ant joined one of our Arctic Expedition Courses and after this stayed with us for nearly a month going back and forth into the mountains to train, both with me and on solo trips.

Louis has been more tied up with working for military veterans charity but managed to come over for a training weekend as well.

We’ve had so much fun along the way and Ant and Louis have become a part of our family.

Hearing stories from their previous expeditions crossing Papua New Guinea, Madagascar and Borneo have been an adventure in itself.

These guys are hardcore, humble, easy going and extremely fun to be with. Real  #madexplorers !

We wish them very good luck on their first cold-weather expedition and hope the training will pay off well to bring them safe across the icecap of Greenland.

Looking forward to hearing loads of more stories from their expedition!

Read their interview on Bremont [click this link].