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.
The only person to have completed two classic routes of Shackleton, Scott and Amundsen to the South Pole heads back for a third time.
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.
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.
Discover a story of disaster, brutal hardship, high adventure, astonishing leadership, unflinching teamwork, rescue and triumph.
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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