The Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1914–17), also known as the
Endurance ... Shackleton and five others then made an 800-mile (1,287 km) open
-boat ..... On 15 January Endurance came abre...
Instead, on 9<sup>th</sup> April 1916 the boats were launched and they steered a course for
... an attempt at excavating an ice cave in the nearby glacier was made. .... '
Antarctic' a book of peculiar interest under our present circumstances and Kanes
Feb 18, 2010 ... Our visions of the Antarctic continent had always been of long flat ... on three
small boats (the life boats of the Endurance) after breaking free of ...
Sep 26, 2015 ... In Antarctica, Juliet Rix sets out on a voyage to commemorate the centenary of ...
Standing by a glacial waterfall that braids into streams across the ... In early 1915,
Shackleton's ship, the Endurance, was trapped and then ...
Oct 27, 2015 ... Picture Library catalogue: Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914-1916 ... side
of the Antarctic with the aim of meeting on top of the Beardmore Glacier, ... Three
whaling boats had been taken from the Endurance: the James ...
The Endurance enters the pack ice on the way to Antarctica. ... Shackleton,
Worsley, and Crean set off to cross South Georgia's glacier-clad peaks to east-
Nov 20, 1999 ... Alone in the Antarctic for 15 months, Ernest Shackleton and his men made ... A
picture haunts my mind—of three boats, crammed with frostbitten, wet, ... it is
decided to lie off the cliffs and glaciers of Elephant Island and try and ...
The open boat journey from Elephant Island to South Georgia, placemarks on ....
Endurance Glacier (Elephant Island), Cornwallis Island (east of Elephant)
The Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914 – 1917 ... lay supply depots across
the Ross Ice Shelf all the way to the foot of the Beardmore Glacier. ... After the first
day of the march the boats had been hauled the paltry distance of one mile.
Nov 5, 2008 ... Shackleton, the expedition's leader would sail on the Endurance to the ... at the
Beardmore Glacier who would have laid food depots for the final phase ... They
left Britain on 8 August 1914, sailing towards the Weddell Sea via ...