North Pole Quest

Richard Weber, Iain Morpeth and Adrian Hayes are attempting the trek Ward Hunt - geographical North Pole, with one resupply (march until end of April).


Below are all the news we published about the North Pole Quest expedition

  • They made it to the Pole, in spite of everything

    Published on 25.04.2007

    Richard Weber and his clients have also just reached the North Pole without any mishaps.

  • A race against the clock amid the storm

    Published on 22.04.2007

    There's an exciting finish in store for the North Pole Quest expedition as they attempt to reach the Pole with their supplies running dangerously low.

  • Reaching the 87th Degree

    Published on 10.04.2007

    The North Pole Quest expedition is not communicating much, probably due to logistical problems.

  • First resupply

    Published on 31.03.2007

    Just like Rosie Stancer, who's a few miles behind them, the North Pole Quest trio have witnessed the elements going crazy.

  • Good progress for North Pole Quest

    Published on 23.03.2007

    For several days now, the North Pole Quest team has been fighting winds and crossing, the best way they can, open leads. However, the men have been advancing at a good pace.

  • Same story for North Pole Quest

    Published on 16.03.2007

    Richard Weber and his clients left the day after the other two expeditions (Liv/Ann and Rosie) were dropped off in Ward Hunt, that is on March 7th. And, like everyone else, they are undergoing great suffering.

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