The Ice Project


Planned expedition of The Ice Project

Planned expedition of The Ice Project

Objective: To use adventure to Inspire, educate and encourage other’s to both participate and educate themselves about the opportunities that are there for all. To help with some of the issues we are all creating in the world, both environmentally and  socially, with particular focus on the youth of today .
Aims:
  • to cross as many of the worlds icecaps as is possible
  • to create first hand accounts about the effects of Global Warming
  • To encourage others to participate
  • To educate children about the World, Climate Change and Activity
Expeditions : 
1)  North Patagonian Icecap  – Completed 5th over crossing Autumn 2012
2)  Lake Baikal – 640 km, 20% of Worlds freshwater supply – Completed 5th ever full length crossing March 2013
3)  Southern Icecap : Kilimanjaro – Completed August 2013
4)  2014 North Pole on Foot – Only ever completed by 132 people (778km, -55c, 50/60 Days) – Retired due to injury to Mike & Clare 
5)  Iceland Ice Cap (Europe’s largest Icecap) – Retreated due to massive storms 
6)  South Patagonian Ice Cap (only completed a handful of times)
7)  Full traverse of Antarctica on foot (only completed by 3 persons)
8)  Greenland Crossing (biggest melt in 2012 with 97% of surface covered with meltwater) – Completed April 2015
Clare O Leary - Sled Pulling