Audio Interview - Greenland Coast in Sight

Published on 13.06.2007

The end of the expedition is getting near. Both of us are still very motivated: we get up at seven, leave at 9 and only take 3 breaks. We now walk eleven hours a day. All our efforts of these past few weeks have paid off, we can now see Greenland's mountains on the horizon. It's a range of 340 Km: magnificent and imposing. It looks like the moutains are inviting us to reach the coastline.


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