ThePoles.com has posted an update on Hannah McKeand, the British Adventurer who is planning a solo, unsupported expedition to both the South Pole and the Magnetic South Pole. She’ll be setting out soon, and is in the final planning stages of the trip now. If all goes correctly, she’s hoping to set a new speed record along the way as well. What will she miss the most on her journey? Companionship it seems. I’m sure it gets quite lonely out there on the ice, for days on end, in the cold. While she hasn’t set out just yet, the article is interesting to not only hear about her thoughts on undertaking such a journey, but also on the preperation that goes into it as well.
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