Antarctica solo (54 days and 6 hours)

Frédéric Dion is off on a crazy adventure – crossing Antarctica across the south pole of inaccessibility and the geographical South Pole. Using the wind to travel on skis pulled by a kite, the adventurer quickly learned that is ally will also be his worst enemy. Blizzards, sled breakdowns, fire in the tent…the problems were numerous throughout this extreme adventure. Fear and doubt required constant management to complete this dream adventure and set three speed records in the largest white desert on the planet. Over a period of 54 days and 6 hours, Frédéric Dion effectively crossed Antarctica between the Russian base Novolazarevskaya, the south pole of inaccessibility, the South Pole and Hercules Inlet. He travelled 4,383 kilometres completed in record time, including 626.6 kilometres completed in 24 hours and 53 minutes (last day). Visit the boutique section to get the excellent Antarctica Solo book about this fantastic adventure!

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