The Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1914–17), also known as the ... series of
supply depots across the Ross Ice Shelf to the foot of the Beardmore Glacier. .....
Dogs watching Endurance i...
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Robert Falcon Scott - The Heroic Age of Antarctic exploration. ... Captain Oates
with ponies and sled dogs on the Terra Nova. Antarctica and the Southern Ocean
Not until three men and most of their dogs had died, and the Ross Sea Party ...
the Beardmore Glacier at 83º37', stowed in two sledge journeys in 1915 and
1916. ... expedition on the other side of Antarctica, stranded for more than two
Shackleton felt that the first crossing of the Antarctic Continent, from sea to sea ...
await the arrival of the Trans-continental party at the top of the Beardmore Glacier
. ... The ENDURANCE would be used to transport the Trans-continental party to
the .... his favorite team of dogs (a 6 to 4 favorite) in the first ever Antarctic Derby...
Black & white image of Endurance crew. alignment spacer ... Using ponies
instead of the traditional dogs, he pioneered a route along the Great ...
unexplored mountains and glaciers on foot—brought all 28 men through the
aboard the Endurance, it is said that Shackleton posted the following .... and
crevassed glaciers on foot across South Georgia Island to a whaling station. ....
69 Canadian sledge dogs to aid the expedition's transcontinental passage, and
Sled Dogs, Antarctica, Hurley 1915, Antarctic Frank, Endurance Exhibition,
Shackleton ... Helicopters to Herbert Glacier, went dog-sledding and glacier
Once in Antarctica, they had more than eight months to refine their plans. ... As
the journey progressed, dogs were killed to provide fresh meat for the other dogs
... When Amundsen reached the South Pole, Scott was still on the Beardmore
Glacier, ... "Had we lived, I should have had a tale to tell of the hardihood,
When Shackleton embarked upon his Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, he
was ... On November 2, the three men set out with nineteen sledging dogs and
five .... glacier that flowed from the range of mountains abutting the Great Ice
Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton was a key figure in the Heroic Age of Antarctic ...
Glacier passage; the first crossing of the Trans-Antarctic mountain range and it
the first ... for the winter; food became scarce, and the men resorted to eating their
dogs. ... Shackleton returned from the Endurance expedition in the midst of the