4300 km unsupported circumnavigation of the Greenland icecap by means of a Windsledge. An expedition within the 'Windsledge project' - An innovative, sustainable, low operating cost and global impact project.


2016 Ice Cap Summit Expedition completed

The 8th Windsled expedition completed. In total 1870km from Kangerlusuaq over the Icecap summit at altitude 3240m to the east coast near Tasiilaq and back to Kangerlusuaq.

Actual route 1870km
Plenty of challenges mostly caused by very difficult wind conditions.  However the objective of the expedition testing the newest prototype of the Windsled and its ability to navigate on the icecap carrying 2T and a crew of 6 was a success, along with completing various scientific test.

Link to Official Expedition site for the Windsled including expedition diary.

Nice piece on the expedition in Explorers web


Greenland Ice Summit Expedition 2016

We are off for a new Expedition with The Windsled Project 15 May 2016.

This will be the 8th expedition testing the lastest proto type of the Windsled for Antarctica Circumnavigation 2017-18

2000km/40days from Kangerlussuaq over the Icecap summit  3205m (Summit science camp) to Isortoq and back to Kangerlussuaq.

Read more about the Expedition and project