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Expeditions

2008 Expeditions

Desperate Ventures
David R. Gray

The objective of the “Desperate Ventures” project is to search for, document and map the camps and caches of an illegal and almost forgotten expedition to Banks Island in 1931-1932 and to photograph or recover any documents, film, or other perishable items of historical value left in the camps or caches. At the same time, any caches and camps of the 1913-1918 Canadian Arctic Expedition located will also be investigated.
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Mount Logan Expedition
James Coleridge and Len Vanderstar

Coleridge, of White Rock, B.C., and his climbing partner Len Vanderstar survived hurricane-force winds and vicious temperatures plunging to -92°C with the wind chill, in scaling Mount Logan.
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1000HourDay Expedition
Chris Bray and Clark Carter

In May 2008, Australians Chris Bray and Clark Carter will head back to the 9th largest island on Earth — the largely unexplored Victoria Island — to continue where they left off in 2005 to attempt to become the first people to cross Victoria Island in the Arctic Archipelago.
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