Thule to Thule

A distance at about 3500 km will be covered by the two participants of this expedirion, Danish Erik Bruun Jørgensen and Jesper Melin Ganc-Petersen, over 3-4 months across Greenland. Only by sledge, skis and kites.

Follow-up

Below are all the news we published about the Thule to Thule expedition

  • They’ve Got To Go On, Come What May

    Published on 28.05.2009

    Now that the two Danes have reached sea level and are on the way to Thule, they can no longer afford to wait for the wind. The ice is melting too quickly.

  • Heading For Independence Fjord

    Published on 19.05.2009

    After 60 days of virtually uninterrupted progress, the two young Danes have started their descent towards Independence Fjord.

  • Navy Cliff in sight

    Published on 11.05.2009

    Navy Cliff is a point in the north-east of Greenland at the end of an immense fjord. And it's that point that the two men now have firmly in their sights...

  • Approaching the descent

    Published on 03.05.2009

    It's hard to follow these two guys because in their updates, they do not mention their positions. They do not put the dates of the trip either...

  • Hoist the powerkites !

    Published on 28.04.2009

    News from the two Danes is excellent. On 26th April, they set a record, covering the little matter of 136 km in the day. Under full sail, of course...

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