Mars North Pole Solo
In March 2007, British female explorer Rosie Stancer will fly to Ward Hunt Island on the northern tip of Canada and set off on her epic journey across the frozen Arctic Ocean. She wants to be the first woman in the world to walk solo to the North Pole.
Below are all the news we published about the Mars North Pole Solo expedition
Published on 31.05.2007
On May 28th, British woman Rosie Stancer, while attempting to reach the North Pole solo, was forced to abandon her expedition.
Published on 23.05.2007
Rosie Stancer has passed the point of the last 100 nautical miles (1.852 km) to go to reach the North Pole.
Published on 07.05.2007
Having struggled to reach latitude 87, Rosie Stancer continues to suffer. She reports that the ice is truly dreadful this year. Nonetheless, she remains in good spirits and her excellent sense of British humour is still intact...
Published on 27.04.2007
After her first resupply, briton Rosie Stancer keeps moving towards North Pole despite the frightful ice and weather conditions she has to cope with. As she received her first resupply, her sledge is also a lot heavier.
Published on 21.04.2007
Over the past few days, conditions have improved somewhat for the Briton in terms of making progress. All of a sudden she is moving more quickly.
Published on 10.04.2007
Just as the other expedition covering the same trek, Rosie Stancer has had to face a big storm.
Published on 31.03.2007
Big troubles for Rosie who's been blocked by a storm and whose progress is too slow.
Published on 23.03.2007
Even with the 63 km she has already accomplished since her departure, Rosie Stancer evidently finds herself in another chaotic ice zone.
Published on 16.03.2007
While Liv and Ann had to abandon their expedition due to serious frostbites, Rosie Stancer has had better chance. Despite the horrid progression conditions, she has gotten over the hurdle of the first few kilometres and is well on her way.
Published on 12.03.2007
Rosie Stancer was dropped off in Ward Hunt on March 6th â together with the two explorers Ann Bancroft and Liv Arnesen.