Alone Across Antarctica Part 5: The Impossible Truth on Antarctica

The Outdoor Journal’s 5-part series Alone Across Antarctica began with a breakdown of Colin O’Brady’s most recent world record attempt to cross Antarctica on a solo mission with no support and no assistance. In Part 2, Captain Louis Rudd broke down the challenges on his simultaneous 56-day journey. In Part 3, Børge Ousland recounted the

Alone Across Antarctica Part 4: Mike Horn’s Race Against Time

The Outdoor Journal’s 5-part series Alone Across Antarctica began with a breakdown of Colin O’Brady’s most recent world record attempt to cross Antarctica on a solo mission. In Part 2, Captain Louis Rudd explained what it took to survive his simultaneous 56-day journey. In Part 3, Børge Ousland recounted the first-ever solo crossing of Antarctica

Alone Across Antarctica Part 2: Captain Louis Rudd – For the Love of the Journey

In a 5-part series Alone Across Antarctica, The Outdoor Journal connected with the greatest living polar explorers to discuss their solo missions across Antarctica, where one mistake can have lethal consequences. In Part 1, Colin O’Brady discusses the unique challenges of his world record traverse compared to his other world record endurance expeditions. In this