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The first ever solo unsupported and unassisted, coast to coast crossing of Antarctica
of training complete
Logistics & equipment finalised
Days left till departure
"To successfully cross the Antarctic Continent from coast to coast starting at McMurdo Sound in the Ross Sea to the North West Edge of Berkner Island on the Ronne Ice Shelf in the Weddell Sea. This will be done Solo and without any support including the use of kites and resupply"
The Records We'll Be Breaking Along The Way
“The unsupported crossing of Antarctica is the greatest land-based challenge left in the world today - a journey at the edge of human endurance and one that has denied generations of polar explorers and adventurers. Until now. If there is anyone who can do it Baz Gray can – Royal Marine RSM, cold weather survival expert and one of the toughest in the business.
As Baz would say “It’s now or never. Let’s make it now”
Tim Jarvis, Environmental Explorer, Author, Filmmaker
I will be heading out to Norway and the Hardangavidda for two weeks in order to get back into my routines and test equipment. I...
As part of my ongoing work with Schools, I will be making my second visit to Oakwood School
A great opportunity for a fantastic night in the company of many great people to help raise awareness and funds for Challenge Antarctica. The venue...
I will be visiting one of my expedition schools for the second time, this time it will be the Geneva English school.
Challenge Antarctica is looking for your help
Elite, edge of endurance expeditions are difficult to fund, with any movement and support in Antarctica being logistically very expensive.
It is very easy to get involved and we are delighted with both large and small sponsors alike. In fact, anyone can get in touch to support at many levels.
Baz set’s the expedition date
Baz is leaving the UK on 15th October 2018 to embark on the expedition of a lifetime.
Once in South America, he will first meet with the logistics team and double check all aspects of the expedition plan as well as complete final preparations for travelling on to Antarctica.