Pole2Pole with Mike Horn
Mike Horn made history in 2001 after completing a one-year, 6-month solo journey 40,000km around the equator without any motorised transport.
In 2004, Mike circumnavigated the Arctic Circle solo, enduring the severe climate for over 2 years.
In 2006, Mike and Norwegian explorer Borge Ousland, became the first men to travel without dog or motorised transport to the North Pole across 1,000km of ice in permanent darkness and extreme winter cold.
What makes Mike push himself beyond normal human endurance?
What is the biggest lesson he learned through his travels?
Why save the earth and what’s at stake for our planet?
Join him to find out more.
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