“WhatÂ is there left to explore. Hasnâ€™t everything been discovered?” When I started my journeys in 1993, I thought I had seen it all, but the more I travelled the more I under- stood that I havenâ€™t really seen anything yet. Now, after 32 expeditions through 100 countries, I understand, more than ever, how small I am and how much there is to explore. But the question is still relevantâ€”what am I reallyÂ exploring?
I believe the biggest exploration we do isÂ within ourselves. Every time we take a risk, every time we dare to do something, we grow as humans and we help the process of evolution take a leap forward. Mistakes are our greatest knowledge. When I was planning the Pole2Pole expedition, I wanted to bring more to my adventure than just a geographical jour- ney. I started on the North Pole on the 6th of April, the same day as Robert Edwin Peary stood there 101 years ago, and I stood on the South Pole on the 18th of January, the 100th anniversary of Robert Falcon Scottâ€™s expedition.
Pole2Pole Film Mix
Walls ofÂ Ice