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The Flag 1st May 2016
start: It is incredible that I sit now on a comfy sofa having been to the North Pole and reflect on my journey as a whole. Wow. The picture above tells a big part of the story, the cold, the challenge and the fundraising. The flag carried to the Pole...

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The North Pole 24th April 2016
At 17:30 on 21 April 2016 we reached the geographical North Pole. An incredible journey over the frozen Arctic Ocean to a spot where every direction is south and you can walk around the world in a few seconds. It has been an experience that will live...

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Men in Mittens - are very, very excited! 20th April 2016
20 April 2016 The frozen Arctic Ocean Elevation: 1m Latitude: 89°53'01"N Longitude: 130°50'14"E Weather: Cloudy and windy Temperature: -20°C Distance covered today: 14.8km Distance to North Pole: 13km Ed is feeling: Very very very excited...

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Wish for a Fish. Getting closer! 19th April 2016
19 April 2016 The frozen Arctic Ocean Elevation: 1m Latitude: 89°43'57"N Longitude: 146°40'15"E Weather: Sunny and breezy Temperature: -24°C with wind chill Distance covered today: 19.8km Distance to North Pole: 30km Ed is feeling: Very e...

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Who?

I’m Ed Suttie, husband to Clare and Dad to Madeleine, Alex and James. I have a great job working at the sustainability leaders BRE in Watford and live in fabulous St Albans. I am a working family man who has decided to do something big. Dipping into my past when I was a glaciologist with the British Antarctic Survey I have found what that something is.

North Pole

What?

In April 2016 I am going to trek to the North Pole from a position 2 degrees south of the geographic pole. The whole challenge covering over 200km takes around 21 days of walking and skiing on sea ice and snow tackling pressure ridges, open leads and the extreme cold. The expedition is well organised and led by a polar guide – whilst remaining highly challenging it is not high risk.

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Why?

(i) I want to raise at least £30,000 for some brilliant charities and (ii) I’m middle aged.
I am funding the cost of the challenge entirely myself. It is through amazing companies and individuals like you that WE CAN HELP the heroes of the piece – the charities. All the money donated will go to the charities.

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