The Shackleton Solo journey

The Journey

Henry attempts the first ever solo crossing of the Antarctic landmass, unsupported and unassisted – a 1100 mile test of endurance he aims to complete in 75 days.

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Henry Worsley bio

Henry Worsley Bio

The only person to have completed two classic routes of Shackleton, Scott and Amundsen to the South Pole heads back for a third time.

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Support the Endeavour Fund

The Endeavour Fund

Henry Worsley aims to raise £100,000 to support the Endeavour Fund, a charity of The Royal Foundation which helps recovering service personnel build confidence and optimism for the next chapter of their lives.

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Henry Worsley's equipment

Henry’s Equipment

All you need for a solo crossing of Antarctica – a closer look at the 150kg of equipment Henry will be pulling in his sledge for 75 days.

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Shackleton Solo history

Shackleton Story

Discover a story of disaster, brutal hardship, high adventure, astonishing leadership, unflinching teamwork, rescue and triumph.

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The Patron

The Patron

Henry Worsley welcomes the support of HRH The Duke of Cambridge. As Patron of the expedition, his support is an invaluable source of encouragement.

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