Explorer Henry Worsley to Cross Antarctica All by Himself

Explorer Henry Worsley is attempting what no man before him has achieved. He hopes to become the first person to cross solo of the Antarctic landmass; unsupported, unassisted. It's no secret that Henry has been influenced by Sir Ernest Shackleton, a polar explorer who led three British expeditions to the Antarctic, and one of the main figures of the period known as the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration. Being the only person in the world to have completed the two classic routes of Shackleton, Scott and Amundsen to the South Pole, Henry faces another challenge, probably the toughest of them all. 1100 miles, 150kg of equipment, 75 days. Will he make it? Fingers crossed!
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Henry Worsley talks about the challenge of going solo as he heads South for the third time on his bold attempt to cross the Antarctic landmass solo, unassisted and unsupported.


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