Moon Regan TransAntarctic Expedition

This expedition will travel from the west coast of Antarctica at Patriot Hills to the South Pole (retracing the steps of the famous Fuchs and Hillary crossing), and then head north to McMurdo through the Trans-Antarctic Mountain Range. The adventure is expected to spend some 40 days on the ice and travel some 3 600 miles.


Below are all the news we published about the Moon Regan TransAntarctic Expedition expedition

  • Mechanical Success

    Published on 21.12.2010

    The Moon/Regan Transantarctic Expedition has just successfully completed its project, the return crossing of the 6th Continent in motor vehicles. From the ALE Union Glacier base camp to the start of the Ross Iceshelf via the South Pole and back.

  • The Moon/Regan Expedition has crossed the entire Antarctica

    Published on 16.12.2010

    It's a success for the Moon/Regan Expedition which has crossed the Entire Antarctic with vehicles safely. They left Union Glacier to reach the bottom of the Leverett Glacier and the Ross Ice Shelf, making a stopover at the South Pole.

  • Six days to reach the South Pole (from Union Glacier)

    Published on 05.12.2010

    The Moon/Regan motor expedition has reached the South Pole on 4 December. They have driven about 800 kilometers in no more than six days. Despites of many mecanical breakdowns and the presence of many sastrugis flieds.

  • First setbacks for the Moon/Regan Expedition

    Published on 29.11.2010

    The Andrew Moon / Andrew Regan Expedition to the South Pole had hardly started when serious mechanical problems with the vehicles occurred. But the men are on the way and, after a fashion, the convoy is making progress.

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