Last year, Antarctic skier Alan Lock traveled 570 miles (917 km) from the Ronne-Filchner Ice Shelf to the South Pole in just 43 days. In doing so, he became the first visually impaired person to complete such a demanding journey in one of the challenging environments on Earth. The inspiring video below is a half-hour long documentary that tells Alan’s story and gives us a glimpse of what an Antarctic expedition is all about. Sit back and enjoy the journey with him as he pushes on to the bottom of the world.
Thanks to ExWeb for sharing this video.
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