This format of our Iceblog began March 2016, not all of our trips are listed.
Our annual expedition to the wonderful mountains, glaciers and fiords of Svalbard. March 22 to 30.
Our novice winter training trip in the Australian Alps, learning the basics of winter travel and camping
Between April 4 and 14, a multi-national team - Swiss, German, Scottish and Australian - will ski the last degree across the frozen Arctic Ocean to the North Pole.
Follow us as we ski 600+km from the Ross Ice Shelf to the South Pole via the untouched Kansas Glacier. Departing December 4 2017.
Our annual training expedition to the wonderful mountains, glaciers and fiords of Svalbard. Participants learn the ropes of polar travel, cold management, safety and navigation. March 15 to 25, 2017.
Between April 4 and 14, Australians John Mullen and Eric Philips will ski the last degree across the Arctic Ocean to the North Pole. In September we completed a training trip in the Australian Alps during which time we learned of John's experiences in the Alaskan wilderness when in his… Continue reading
A 34-day/605km ski expedition from the Ross Ice Shelf via the previously un-traversed Reedy Glacier to the South Pole.
We guided 14yo old Australian schoolgirl Jade Hameister and her father on a 150km ski expedition across the frozen Arctic Ocean to the North Pole.
In December 2015 Icetrek director Eric Philips kite-skied solo from the coast of Antarctica inland to the Drygalski Mountains to see the iconic peaks of Ulvetanna and Holtana.
Eric Philips guided ultra-distance marathoner Pat Farmer to the South Pole during the last leg of his Pole to Pole Run odyssey.
We guided Australian ultra-distance marathoner Pat Farmer on the North Pole to Canada sector of his Pole to Pole Run odyssey.
We guided a team of Australians on a half degree expedition to the North Pole.
A team of staff and students from Geelong Grammar School, Australia, sailed in expedition yachts to Antarctica. This is the first school expedition to Antarctica.