|Author:||Paul Schurke,Will Steger|
|Title:||North to the Pole|
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|ePUB size:||1254 kb|
|FB2 size:||1346 kb|
|DJVU size:||1404 kb|
|Publisher:||Crown Publishers; 1st edition (November 12, 1987)|
This book gives you a real feeling of what it's like to be in the Arctic, trying to reach the North Pole.
This is a list of firsts in the Geographic North Pole. Peary and Henson's claim eventually won widespread acceptance, but now neither claim is widely accepted.
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Régions arctiques - Découverte et exploration.
PAUL SCHURKE WILL STEGER books. very oddessy-ish without all the boring greek references. polo shirts (popular in pink) with collar up, a sweater tied around the neck, pearls, khaki pant, and loafers. At the Mercy of the Winds: Two Remarkable Journeys to the North Pole: A Modern Hero and a Victorian Romance by David Hempleman-Adams - Download At the Mercy of the Winds: Two Remarkable Journeys to the North Pole: A Modern Hero and a Victorian Romance ebook by David Hempleman-Adams Type: pdf, ePub, zip, txt Publisher: Transworld PublishersReleased: June, 2001Page Count
Here, Steger and Schurke recount the first dogsled conquest of the North Pole without resupply (. relying only on original provisions, with no airlift support) in 79 years. And a fearsome voyage it is: 55 agonizing days (""a far greater physical epic than any of us had ever imagined"") of trudging across treacherous ice, clambering over knife-edge ridges, huddling in frigid tents fouled by noxious fumes from overworked stoves.
Author Will Steger, Author Paul Schurke. Category: Nature & Environment. Their spectacular feat of daring, courage, and commitment was deemed by National Geographic to be a landmark in polar exploration. The melting of the polar ice cap makes it unlikely that anyone will repeat their achievement
Three decades after their greatest triumph, Paul Schurke and Will Steger still have the itch to explore. Both marked the 30th anniversary of their famed trek to the North Pole this week by launching new adventures, albeit a bit closer to home. Schurke, who still operates a dogsled adventure business near Ely, left Tuesday morning with one of the original 1986 sleds for the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, where he was to meet up with adventurers Dave and Amy Freeman – who are in the midst of their own yearlong trek in the BWCAW