Crossing Antarctica

ROAM with Mike Horn

Mike Horn set out to cross Antarctica alone with rescue not being an option. This explorer kite-skied up to 20 hours a day, pulling 500 lbs of supplies, enduring temperatures below -65° F and winds up to 112 MPH. For 57 days Mike was his own cook, repairman, and medic whilst traveling over 5,000 KM.


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Very few have sailed to Antarctica in this manner nor has anybody ever succeeded in crossing the continent on a route as long or aggressive as Explorer Mike HOrn has planned.

Explorers Mike Horn and Børge Ousland make history, reaching 85 degrees north- the farthest north any wind-powered vessel has ever traveled. But at what cost?

After months of skiing across ice in the Arctic, explorers Mike Horn and Borge Ousland have finally reached and crossed the North Pole.


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