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A man on a North Pole Expedition enjoying his adventure travel.
The Adventures that you see on this page are real and they can be real for you too.  Click on a picture below to see a larger picture.  This is a great thumbnail Gallery of Adventure to the North and South Pole

This page tells about North Pole, South Pole and Arctic and Antarctic Action Adventure Travel. Online Museum Exhibits.

Today, a trip to the North Pole is more like a big Action Adventure Game than an Adventure tour.  That's why we have a professional Expedition Guide from Global Expedition Adventures leading our way. 

The North Pole is a place where many people have tried and died to attain the great privilege of being able to log their action adventure time there.  Today things are different.  The North Pole is now a place where anyone can go to with relative ease and comfort.  For instance, during the 2001 Expedition the temperatures were a surprisingly  warm -25 degree F.   I live in Illinois and the 2001 temperatures went down to -10 and stayed there for almost four months.  The 2001 North Pole Expedition had six hot air balloon pilots who have logged their flights, five skydivers who jumped from 9000 ft, a man in a wheelchair, a ultralight pilot and the worlds first homebuilt airplane.
   We use the Russian aircraft to take us to the pole using specialized An-74 jets to take us to the base camp then using an Mi-8 helicopters to take us to the actual Geographical North Pole.  We stay in heated, insulated tents and eat prepared food.  It's still cold on the arctic ice pack so we provide some real nice survival equipment made for your warmth and your comfort.  One lady who brought those heat sticks said that she was too warm because of the sticks.  A North Pole adventure is also an arctic adventure because we visit Longyearbyen, Norway, on the of the island of Spitsbergen, Svalbard, where we take snowmobile rides, dog sled rides and visit ice caves and coal mines.  For two weeks of the most fantastic adventure on the planet earth just click on the link below, it doesn't cost you anything.  Also, send me a letter and you will be delighted talking to a real expedition member.  You can better find this page again by using the search words: north pole, arctic, Russian aircraft, travel, adventure, tours, adventure vacations, vacation tours or vacation travel.
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