Icecap Journeys

This expedition to the North Pole is part of an initiative by the Australian Linda Beilharz, who aims to cross the planet's four most extensive icecaps: North Pole, South Pole, Greenland and Patagonia.


Below are all the news we published about the Icecap Journeys expedition

  • Just In Time…

    Published on 28.04.2010

    Sarah McNair Landry and her two clients, Linda Beilharz and Rob Rigato, have arrived at the Pole just in time. A few hours before the last flight from Barneo.

  • Two teams at the pole

    Published on 26.04.2010

    Dan Darley and Amelia Russell have finally arrived safely at the pole yesterday. Few hours later the trio of Icecap Journeys expedition reached the NP as well.

  • Forcing the pace

    Published on 19.04.2010

    After an epic week in which the trio again had to struggle to cross too many channels of open water to make any real progress, it now appears that conditions are improving.

  • 26-Hour Days

    Published on 13.04.2010

    Following the example of the other teams that are on the ice and who reckon that they will still be able to reach the Pole by 26 April, the Icecap Journeys' adventurers are stepping on the gas.

  • The 86th Degree Has Been Crossed

    Published on 06.04.2010

    Little news of the Icecap Journeys trio. They seem to be making steady progress at an average of about 18 kilometres per day.

  • All The Teams Have Drifted Westwards

    Published on 31.03.2010

    The team led by the young Sarah McNair-Landry is following the example of all the other teams in the area, which are literally drifting on account of a strong westwardly drift.

  • Everythink is OK for McNair and her clients

    Published on 29.03.2010

    For the little group led by Sarah McNair-Landry, everything seems to be going OK, especially after their resupply and the successful drop of fuel and fresh victuals.

  • First fresh supplies

    Published on 23.03.2010

    The trio has arrived without incident at its first resupply point. Happiness and a chance to rest...

  • Truly Delighted, The Three Of Them

    Published on 19.03.2010

    Sarah McNair-Landry and her two clients, Linda Beilharz and her husband Rob Rigato, are enjoying a rather easy start to their expedition.

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