Show/Hide Navigation

Scott 2012

Here we go…

Read Comments

You might also like

Walking Home for Christmas 2017 Every year approximately 15,000 skilled and capable men and women leave the Armed Forces having served on behalf of their country. The majority transition successfully. But for a meaningful minority the departure from the structured world of the military is […]...
Too much to choose from The irony of finding in my inbox, three years old and still unfinished, the embryo of a blog post about “just get on with it”… So, in the spirit of those notes, which suggested that the time to begin is […]...
Urgent versus Important Frustrated at the continual interruptions of modern life, I headed to a bothy in the hills to get some work done on my book. It was the most productive three days I have managed in ages! The book – when […]...


  1. Bohus Posted

    Sounds scary and beautiful in the same time 🙂

  2. Good luck guys – I’m really praying you get the funding. If anyone deserves it you do! Much more interesting than Clarkson going to the pole or Ben Fogel (nice guy) walking 200 miles or whatever it was they did.
    This is the real deal.

    • Cheers Ed

      • I’m glad that SOUTH is back in action! This is a great sponsorship video, it definitely emphasizes the team’s experience and the significance of the expedition.

        There was a woman who got several legs of a sailing voyage funded through Kickstarter. Have you guys considered going the crowdfunding route?

  3. lilalia Posted

    I’ve been following Ben’s blog for years now and yours somewhat less. I can not imagine anything more daring, perfectly thrilling than following the three of you in your preparations and journey. I’ll keep you in my thought whenever I’m praying to the gods to grant voyagers a safe journey.

  4. Awesome – Good luck! Nice to see such an epic expedition being attempted by you guys, no doubt it will be completed successfully!

  5. Mike Barnes Posted

    Congratulations fellas, will be following your progress.

  6. Good luck! What a journey. I read the Ranulph Fiennes book about the early attempts on the South Pole. That’s a staggeringly tough thing to do. I’m looking forward to hearing about your journey.



Post a Comment

HTML tags you can use: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

© Copyright 2012 Alastair Humphreys. All rights reserved. Site design by JSummerton