The Finnish SP Solo Expedition

Finnish Teemu Lakkasuo is trying to trek from Hercules Inlet to South Pole. Solo and unsupported.

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Below are all the news we published about the The Finnish SP Solo Expedition expedition

  • Teemu Lakkasuo reaches the Pole

    Published on 22.12.2008

    It has been a rather downbeat end to Teemu's expedition since he was hoping for so much more from his journey.

  • The adventure has reached its end

    Published on 18.12.2008

    After long days of waiting, Teemu Lakkasuo was finally dropped off by the ALE Twin Otter 100 km from the South Pole, so that he could trek the Last Degree.

  • Teemu champing at the bit in Patriot Hills

    Published on 09.12.2008

    Teemu Lakkasuo is at his wits' end trying to find something to do at Patriot Hills as he waits to set off on his Last Degree trek to the Pole.

  • Teemu Lakkasuo able to continue!

    Published on 05.12.2008

    With the approval of the doctor at Patriot Hills, the Finn has decided to travel 'the last degree'. But for logistical reasons, he had to wait until December before he can be dropped off at the 89th parallel.

  • Alone Against the Antarctic!

    Published on 28.11.2008

    He's on his way but things are not going as planned. Teemu Lakkasuo is gathering mishap and misfortune as he wends his merry way. In any case, these first two weeks of the expedition have provided some real suspense.

  • A rest day already…

    Published on 19.11.2008

    Like all of the other adventurers out there on the Antarctic ice at the moment, Teemu Lakkasuo has been held up by the strong winds blowing on the rise above Hercules Inlet.

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