Taking on the World, One Adventure at a Time
It all started with mountaineering & country walking, which snowballed into a thirst for ice-climbing and long-distance ski touring. In 2003, Patrick became the first Luxembourger to reach the North Pole.
Patrick’s underlying ambition is to embolden his fellow explorers to push themselves for their next adventure. The best trip is always the next one. But the dream? Antarctica.
“Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire.” – Jennifer Lee
The best adventure is always the next one.
South Pole – Antarctica 2022
Full crossing of the continent
Travel with Patrick and discover the trips he has taken over the years.
// Timeframe: May-June 2019; 30 to 45 days // Objective: Full South-North Crossing of Greenland // Distance: 2300 km // From Narsarsuaq to Qaanaag passing by DYE2. An Antarctic crossing takes 4 years of training and preparation, and for Patrick this includes two...
// Timeframe: 2017 // Objective: North-West Passage Kite Crossing// Kiting across and along the Northwest Passage, along the northern coast of North America via waterways through the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Experiencing multiple different snow conditions on the...
// Timeframe: May 2014 & Apr 2015 // Destination: Vatnajökull & Highlands, Iceland// Crossing the largest ice cap in Europe by volume (3,100 km³) and the second-largest in the area with the exploration of Grimsvötn volcano and the ascent of Iceland’s highest...
Clip from the 2013 trip to Nordaustlandet.
Snapshots from Patrick’s icy and chilly travels
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