Penny Ice Cap Crossing 2011

In April-May 2011, Antony Jinman, Duncan Eadie and myself opened a new route traversing the Penny Ice Cap on Baffin Island, Arctic Canada.  The project covered over 250km over 19 days, ascending to 2000m whilst living in temperatures down to -35C and winds of up to 70km/h.


In April 2011 a British team attempted to cross the Penny Ice Cap, Baffin Island, Arctic Canada. This is the expedition video showing the expedition in it's entirety.

A short film showing the start of our Penny Ice Cap crossing in Spring 2011. To get out to our start point we travel by snow mobile over sea ice for about eight hours. During which we came across some local wildlife...

At -25C everything is important including packing up camp in the morning before moving onwards.