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Richard Weber Arctic

Richard Weber Arctic is the premier Polar Expedition provider. Richard Weber is a world authority on polar travel. He is a public speaker and witness to climate change in the north.  Richard has spent more time trekking on the Arctic Ocean than anyone in history. In 1995, together with a partner, he completed the only documented unsupported trek to the Geographic North Pole and back. He has Guinness records from expeditions to the North and South Poles.  Josee Auclair has designed unique equipment adapted for polar condition. She has also developed delicious, high calorie, light-weight expedition food products.

Weber Arctic offers arctic trips, polar expeditions, polar expedition preparation and training, specialized polar equipment including boots, ski bindings, sleds, tents and food.

Weber Arctic News

Friday, April 13, 2012

North Pole Dos and Don’t

My friend David Pierce Jones with whom I shared a tent for 41 days while trekking to the Pole exactly two years ago compiled a great list of dos and don’ts for the North Pole traveller. There are many great tips many of which may seem obvious but so many people ignore them. The list makes me smile! Here are  [...]

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Polar Expedition Gear

During a long expedition such as a trek to the South Pole and back, there are always a number of items of equipment that really stand out, some good, some not so good. Here are my personal comments on some of our gear. The Great Gear Fischer Skis I have been a fan of Fischer skis for many years. Once  [...]

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Antarctic Expedition Reflections

Michael Archer and I succeeded with the goals of our trek, that is to ski from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole, then to kite-ski back to the coast. The departures of Kathy Braegger and Chris De Lapuente were extremely disappointing, even though it had nothing to do with bad preparation or lack of training. Just bad luck.  [...]

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