Beyond Endurance

This is Stage Two of an expedition of which the first part took place last year on South Georgia Island. The aim of these adventures: impress the Irish community throughout the world.

Follow-up

Below are all the news we published about the Beyond Endurance expedition

  • Back Home

    Published on 17.01.2008

    After 67 days of adventure, it is time for the Irishmen to go home...

  • The Irish Have Made It!

    Published on 10.01.2008

    Untold rapture for the Irish, who made it to the South Pole on January 8th. After crossing South Georgia Island last year, hard on the heels of Shackleton, the Beyond Endurance Expedition has this time successfully completed the Hercules/South Pole route.

  • The walking wounded continue on their way…

    Published on 01.01.2008

    Pat Falvey and his Irish companions have not had much luck this year and have been dogged by bad weather since the expedition first set out. Having said that, they continue to make progress, even though some of them are struggling...

  • Tough times for the Irishmen

    Published on 25.12.2007

    Expedition leader, Pat Falvey, has been injured. But his expedition is still continuing its trek towards the pole...

  • Rotten weather…

    Published on 17.12.2007

    Like all of the expeditions currently underway, the group led by Pat Falvey has experienced some really tough days on account of heavy snow and white-out conditions...

  • It’s tough, but they’re making progress…

    Published on 25.11.2007

    The polar beginners taken to the Antarctic by Pat Falvey for the greater glory of Ireland are doing well and are already 12 days into their adventure.

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