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In the Spotlight - Alan Homer

Al may be the most elusive member of the ANI team and it took a bit of bribery to trick him into giving us an ‘interview’. Al works behind the scenes, overseeing ANI's mechanical services department and without him, Union Glacier Camp wouldn't run. So meet the man behind the machines - and be warned - the truth about Al is hidden amongst a heavy dose of dry British humor.

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Camp Improvements

We're always looking for ways to enhance our guests' experience in Antarctica. Since moving our main camp to Union Glacier in 2010, we've made major investments in infrastructure and equipment. The trend continues this season with three new structures, two major pieces of equipment, a new fleet of cross-country skis, and additional fat tire bikes.

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Cool Reads

The next best thing to being in Antarctica is reading about it. So we've compiled a list of the top polar stories to keep you cool all year long.

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In the Spotlight - Scott Woolums

We're not bragging when we say that ANI guides are some of the most experienced and talented guides around. Meet Scott Woolums, who has 30+ years of guiding experience under his belt, including seven Everest summits, 40+ Denali expeditions, and innumerable expeditions to other 'fun corners of the world.'

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The Geology of The Ellsworth Mountains

The glaciated and alpine topography of the Sentinel Range in the Ellsworth Mountains provides excellent climbing terrain for mountaineers with eight of the ten highest peaks in Antarctica being located here. While the majority of visitors to the area come to climb, this region of the continent has plenty to offer adventurers and geologists in alike.

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Imperial Inspiration

2015 marks the centenary of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. Shackleton's story is one of the most celebrated survival stories of all time and continues to inspire modern day explorers.

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Tea or Cocoa? Fueling the Debate

With its hot, filling, rejuvenating qualities, cocoa has been an essential staple on all the major expeditions to the North and South Poles. Men would drink cup after cup of it as a bulwark against the morale and strength-sapping task of trudging across an icy, austere landscape. But explorers have not been unanimous in their opinion and preference for cocoa.

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New Highs on Vinson

2014-15 marks the busiest Antarctic season on record for Mount Vinson ascents.

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Russian Climbers Safe on Mount Vinson

Media reports that a group of Russian climbers were lost on Mount Vinson are incorrect. All climbers are safe and well and the group is in regular contact with Vinson Base Camp.

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2014-15 Expedition Update

It's January and the 2014 Ski South Pole expeditions are closing in on their goal. Here's a re-cap of who is on the trail and how they're doing...

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