Erasmus Expedition

From 25.11.2006 to 17.01.2007 - Status: success

Correne Erasmus Coetzer

Correne Erasmus Coetzer

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Correnè Erasmus-Coetzer, an ex-teacher who likes to be outdoors and love to travel to remote places, wants to become the first South African and African woman to ski from Hercules Inlet (80°S) to the Geographic South Pole.

She will be guided by Denise Martin and accompanied by Beth Cheesebourgh. Mike Thornewill their consultant for this expedition.

The 3 ladies arrived at Amundsen Scott on the 17th of January 2007. Second time at the South Pole for Correnè and first time for Beth !

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