Final days: the mountains are in sight, as is the chaos…

12 June: Sometimes we fall into holes up to our shoulders. It appears that we still have some 6 to 8 km like this tomorrow... The unevenness goes from 1.5m to 6 or 7m high in certain places. And everything is covered with a thick layer of snow that hides

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Sir Ranulph Fiennes is back in the Antarctic for a world first. He will lead a team of explorers to conquer…

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