Alone at Last !

Published on 08.04.2008 - 2008 Ellesmere Island Expedition

Will Steger's group left Resolute Bay on 4 April for its journey into the remote areas of Ellesmere Island. Before them, 60 days of exploration and testimony.

This nice little expedition consists of six people, as many sledges and thirty dogs.

For the moment, as Steger and his group are concerned with making progress, there's not much news. Apart from the fleeting visit of a polar bear which came to see what was going on, nothing to announce, Eric McNair Landry wrote.

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