On sunday, The Last Ice team started the march to cross The Great Slave Lake. On his first of the four crossings in the Arctic, Albert, Pako and Pepe hope to reach the village of Lutsel K’e tomorrow afternoon if everything goes according to plan.
Intense experiences to learn a little bit every day
We have completed the 2nd Expedition of THE LAST ICE project, which has led us to cross Lake ONEGA, in European Russia.
The stage yesterday it has been almost a marathon journey that has allowed us to go 35 Km. and retrieve much of the anticipated distance.
The second day begins with good spirits and winning to recover something from the distance that was left to meet at the first day.
Today we start the second expedition of the THE LAST ICE project, which will take us to cross from north to south the largest lake in Europe that freezes: the ONEGA, in the north of Russia.
2nd Expedition of the THE LAST ICE project that will take us to cross the largest frozen lakes of each continent that borders the Arctic to show the effects of climate change and pollution in the Arctic areas.
One month left to start the second of the polar expeditions of the project THE LAST ICE. On March 16th we leave for the Russian arctic to cross the ONEGA Lake, the largest in Europe that freezes.
We have completed 170Km. in 7 stages, in total self sufficiency, with temperatures between -10 and -35ºC, crossing all the east arm of the lake, from Yellowknife (Gross Cap) to Lutsle K'e.
On sunday, The Last Ice team started the march to cross The Great Slave Lake.
During these days it is almost impossible to have a connection with Albert, Pako and Pepe, due to the bad coverage that exists in the Great Slave Lake.