/ NEW ARTICLE: Mountaineering In Antarctica: Brits Were Here
I used to get this question a lot, when I told people what I do. It seems for most people Antarctica is either penguins flopping into the sea or Captain Scott battling across a barren plain of blizzards... Damien Gildea gives us a brief snapshot of the history of mountaineering in Antarctica.
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Damien Gildea gives us a brief snapshot of the history of mountaineering in Antarctica.
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