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In the Spotlight - Simon Abrahams

IFMGA guide, Simon Abrahams, first traveled to Antarctica more than 20 years ago and is as at home on the peaks of Chamonix, as he is bagging first ascents in Antartica's Ellsworth Mountains.

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Four Ways to Savor the South Pole

Polar travel may conjure images of deprivation and hardship, but there are now a variety of ways to savor the South Pole, making it a life-list destination for travelers of all ages and abilities. Find out more about each of these options...

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Midwinter in Antarctica

With the approach of the solstice, stations around Antarctica are gearing up for Midwinter celebrations.

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Keeping Cool in Antarctica

Believe it or not, keeping things cool - or even frozen - in Antarctica can be a real challenge due to fluctuating temperatures and the realities of living on a moving glacier, in the most remote corner of the globe.

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Charles Swithinbank

It is with great sadness that we mark the passing of eminent glaciologist, Dr Charles Swithinbank, without whose work and pioneering spirit, Adventure Network International might never have existed.

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Do you *Like* ANI?

Want to keep up-to-date with the lastest ANI happenings? Now you have more options...

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The Right Stuff - Do you have what it takes?

Shackleton received over 5,000 applications to join his Imperial Trans Antarctic Expedition in 1914. From these he selected just 27 men. What does it take to be a polar explorer and would you have made the grade?

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ATCM XXXVII (Or Eight Days in a Tie)

It’s not often that you'll catch ANI owner Mike Sharp in business attire. But Mike recently donned a jacket and tie for the best part of eight days...

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ANI attends Antarctic Treaty Meeting

ANI owner, Mike Sharp, will be going to the upcoming 37th Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (ATCM XXXVII) being held in Brasilia.

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Seeing the Weather - One Station at a Time

Installing weather stations in the bitter-cold of Antarctica is all in a day’s work for Ronald Ross, an Australian-based independent electrical consultant. Ronald first collaborated with ANI in 2007, to design and install an automatic weather station (AWS) at the threshold of Patriot Hills ice runway.

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