Worthwhile Purposeful Expeditions
A CAUSE AND AMBITION SUPPORTED BY MANY
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All of those involved with Ice Warrior are immensely grateful to all those that support us by shopping in BASECAMP, attending our events and spreading our message far and wide.
Our latest Flagship Expedition is dubbed #LASTPOLE -
The Biggest, Boldest, Bravest and Most Important Expedition of Our Time
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Please visit www.lastpole.co.uk to get involved.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes
" During my first conversation with Jim, last century, I was impressed by his quiet confidence and solid enthusiasm. Since them I have come to learn the determination, dexterity, skills and knowledge of Jim and the crew behind the project and am delighted to be associated with them. Ice Warrior has all the potential of a truly great British First. Slightly mad and eccentric in conception, thorough and precise in planning and likely to prove ingenious and resolved in execution. "
Sir Chris Bonington
" We all think that the world has been “discovered” and there are few areas that mankind has not reached. This is not so and project’s like Jim McNeill’s Ice Warrior Project serve to explore these extremes and push back the boundaries of our knowledge as well as the limits of those who take part. As an expeditioner myself I am delighted to encourage and support such worthwhile endeavour, undertaken not by experts but by trained amateurs under the careful leadership of Jim. I wish them the very best of luck. "
Hon Alexandra Shackleton - Granddaughter of Sir Ernest Shackleton
" The terrain is exceptionally hostile and dangerous; but I am confident that Jim and his team will be successful not only in reaching the elusive pole; but in conducting an environmentally vital transect of the Arctic Ocean; for as Ernest Shackleton said “difficulties are just things to overcome. "