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December 12, 2018

Vinson expedition update!

The Vinson Massif expedition is arguably one of our most intriguing journeys! Located at latitude 78 degrees 35 minutes south and 85 degrees 25 minutes west longitude, Vinson is found in the Ellsworth Mountains. The 16,077 foot summit is the highest point on the continent of Antarctica. For most that have the unique opportunity to join us on this expedition, their definition of wilderness will be redefined. Isolated and starkly beautiful, the icy continent of Antarctica is beyond description and offers an adventure of a lifetime for team members. [+] READ MORE

December 7, 2018

Team of four climbers are preparing for Vinson ascent

Len, Michael, Guntis and Chris have been training hard in preparation of this trip to one of the world’s wildest, coldest places. Read more about the beginning of their adventure here. [+] READ MORE

January 30, 2015

Vinson Massif Expedition - January 2-25, 2015

Thank you to our climber, Dave Creeden, for sharing his experience on our recent Vinson Massif expedition in Antarctica! 

The Vinson Massif is the highest mountain (16,050 feet) in Antarctica located in the Sentinel Range of the Ellsworth Mountains, lying at a latitude of little more than 78 degrees south. 


January 11, 2012

Vinson Team To Return to Punta Arenas

Mark Ryman just called in from Union Glacier with news that they will be flying off the icy continent sooner than expected. [+] READ MORE

January 5, 2012

Vinson summit reached!

Mark Ryman called in from the summit to report that the team reached the summit at 6:45 P.M. local time. [+] READ MORE