To the South Pole and beyond…
Norway's Cecilie Skog and the American Ryan Waters will be setting out from Berkner Island in an attempt to reach the South Pole. And continue beyond, time and weather permitting.
Below are all the news we published about the To the South Pole and beyond… expedition
Published on 22.01.2010
The Americans Cecilie Skog and Ryan Waters have just made a first successful crossing of the Antarctic continent, unaided.
Published on 17.01.2010
Cécilie Skog and Ryan Waters continue unhurriedly on their way towards the Transantarctic Mountains.
Published on 14.01.2010
The duo of Ryan Waters and Cecilie Skog is currently at the most difficult stage of their entire expedition. Because since leaving the South Pole, they have been climbing steadily up towards Titan Dome.
Published on 04.01.2010
Cécilie Skog and Ryan Waters reached the South Pole on New Year's Eve. What a way to celebrate the end of the old decade and the start of the new!
Published on 28.12.2009
The team of Ryan Waters and Cecilie Skog continue to wonder at the sheer beauty of the continent as they get closer to the Pole with each passing day.
Published on 23.12.2009
Ryan Waters is going on a bit about the fact that in an adventure of this kind, it's better to have a good-humoured expedition partner, which seems obviously to be the case with Cecilie Skog
Published on 20.12.2009
Still as untalkative as before in their dispatches, Cecilie Skog and Ryan Waters are making more or less good progress. And over the past week, it has been more rather than less. Despite the sastruggis.
Published on 14.12.2009
The Cecilie Skog/Ryan Waters pair is continuing on its path towards the South Pole. Despite traditional obstacles such as white-outs or sastrugi fields.
Published on 09.12.2009
Cecilie Skog and Ryan Waters have reached the section of their trek that requires them to negotiate some mountainous terrain. But when all is said and done, they're enjoying themselves...
Published on 01.12.2009
Cecilie Skog and Ryan Waters are achieving good averages. They're fit, well and morale is sky-high.
Published on 21.11.2009
The team of Cecilie Skog and Ryan Waters has been dropped off at Berkner Island, from where they set out towards the South Pole.