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Geoff Wilson's Longest Journey supporting

the McGrath Foundation

Multiple World Record Breaking Adventurer, Geoff Wilson sets his focus to smash the world record for the Longest Solo, Unsupported Traverse of Antarctica scheduled for late October 2019. The journey represents the most significant historical polar event since Sir Douglas Mawson in 1911 and will be the longest solo polar journey in human history.

5,200 kms of bitter cold in the harshest environment on planet Earth separates Geoff from his audacious goal - kite-skiing alone from Thors’ Hammer via the Pole of Inaccessibility, to the South Pole then finishing in Casey Station, via Dome Argus.


Dome Argus is the highest peak in Antarctica, the coldest naturally occurring place on the planet and has never been summited by a human on-foot.


Geoff will battle the rigours of brutal cold, isolation and mental duress as he tackles unexplored regions of Antarctica. Geoff’s successful completion of this journey will firmly set him in the record books, for all time all whilst supporting the McGrath Foundation.

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