Crossing Antarctica by Will Steger, Jon Bowermaster
By Will Steger, Jon Bowermaster
In March 1990, Will Steger accomplished what no guy had ever ahead of tried: the crossing of Antarctica, a complete of 3,700 miles, taking walks. Lured through the problem and the great thing about Earth's final nice desert, and made up our minds to concentration the world's recognition at the frozen continent now that its ecological destiny hangs within the stability, Steger and his foreign Trans–Arctica group played a unprecedented feat of patience.
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