Notebook used by photographer during last expedition by polar explorer Captain Robert F. Scott in 1910-13 linked to photos held by Scott Polar Research Institute
Antarctic Heritage Trust announced the discovery and repair of the 100-year-old-plus notebook, and released a video explaining the details.Read More →
'I feel that whole northern territory is like a cold-water Indonesia'
Pro surfers take on the challenging surf and weather found in the Arctic Ocean.Read More →
Kayak adventurers to embark on 620-mile, two-month journey through Baffin Island in Nunavut, Canada, traveling in kayaks they build themselves
Kayak adventurers to embark on 620-mile, two-month journey through Baffin Island in Nunavut, Canada, traveling in kayaks they build themselves.Read More →
The exploits will be recorded for a film due in the fall
Big Mountain rider Xavier de Le Rue and skier Lucas Debari have been traveling through the Antarctic Ocean on a boat called "The Golden Fleece" searching out first descents on Antarctica.Read More →
A globetrotting surfer seeking to catch waves in the frigid seas of Antarctica instead encountered a welcoming committee of penguins. Lots of penguins. Kepa Acero from the Basque region of Spain eased into the water, climbed aboard his surfboard, and paddled toward a colony of penguins hanging out on an iceberg. A couple of times, he found himself in the water surrounded by jumping penguins. "For a moment," he said on the video, "they were everywhere." Take a look at Acero's incredible..Read More →
If you're thinking of heading to the Arctic this winter, but are wary of the deep freeze, you may want to consider the tundra shunning islands of Lofoten in Norway's far north. Despite its location well within the Arctic Circle, the climate of this polar archipelago is extremely mild. And it's not global warming. Due to a meeting of three underwater currents, including the Gulf Stream, the region's temperature rarely dips below freezing, even when deep in winter. The temperature..Read More →
The final resting place of the Terra Nova--the ship that carried Captain Robert Falcon Scott to his infamous South-Pole-journey-gone-south--was recently uncovered by a research vessel off the coast of Greenland. In 1910, Scott embarked on a race to be first to the South Pole that would prove to be The Worst Journey in the World, because of its disastrous results and the horrific conditions its participants endured. In 1912, Scott and his team finally reached the coveted pole--only..Read More →
Arctic Cold - Jeremy Jones' Further Unplugged Episode 4Read More →
Words & Photos: T. Bird About a year and a half ago, I had an idea to do a feature story on Jeremy Jones. In theory, it would be relatively simple, as all that I assumed would be required was spending some time with this legendary big mountain rider that I had watched on the television for so long from the comfort of my couch. In practice, it was a much more complicated endeavor. You see, in order to "spend time" with Jeremy Jones, you've got two options; the first of which..Read More →
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