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Bikecar: Memphis to Miami

North America

Dave's Bikecar journey, the 6th leg of Expedition1000, began on April 24th 2012. 4 hours out of Memphis a speeding car collided with the chase vehicle (only due to be present for the first day to provide protection against Memphis traffic) then spun and knocked the Bikecar, including Dave and his fellow adventurer Rod Wellington, off the road. Luckily nobody was hurt. Dave decided he would continue the journey, but from further south in Crystal Springs, MS. Just over a month later he reached Miami on May 26th, having pedalled Priscil...

Lands End to John O Groats

Europe

In Sept 2011 Squash cycled from Lands End to John O Groats. Not quite a mountain, but 1024 miles cycled.

Mississippi River Expedition

North America

Nobody on the planet has travelled further than Dave Cornthwaite on a Stand Up Paddleboard in one journey. His descent of the Mississippi River took 68 days of paddling, 82 in total, and was the first time anyone had Stand Up Paddled the Mississippi carrying all of their own gear. Paddling on a Lakeshore River Rover, this was the fourth journey of Dave's Expedition1000 project and the second time he had broken a distance record on a board (see skateboarding across Australia). Passing through 9 States and either through or over 43 dams (29...

Dave Cornthwaite: Man on a mission

Adventurer and Author Dave Cornthwaite is a man on a mission. Passionate about the power of endurance travel to encourage people to stay fit, healthy and become more aware of their personal wellbeing and the environment around them, his Expedition1000 project has been described as one of the most ambitious adventures of all time. Dave aims to complete 25 separate journeys of over 1000 miles in distance, each using a different form of non-motorised transport. Raising £1,000,000 for charity along the way he will reach both poles,...

Himalaya Mountains

Himalayas

14 expeditions to the Himalayas. Ryan is a veteran of three expeditions to Mt. Everest, leading groups to the summit via both the Tibet and Nepal sides and three expeditions to Cho Oyu in Tibet. He has led expeditions to K2, Broad Peak, and Gasherbrum II in the Karakoram Himalaya of Pakistan and Lhotse (2 times), Manaslu (2 times), Dhaulagiri and the Southeast Ridge of 7,200 meter Pumo Ri in Nepal. 

Appalachian Trail Southbound Thru Hike

Appalachian Trail

On June 6, 2011, Patrice and Justin La Vigne summited Katadhin in Maine and walked south 2,181 miles on the Appalachian Trail to arrive at Springer Mountain in Georgia on October 24th. It was a 7-year dream that they worked hard to make happen. And, it was the catalyst to a life less ordinary.  Patrice and Justin currently use the solarmonkey adventurer and extreme to keep their devices charged whilst they're off the beaten track.

Gobi 2011

Asia

The Gobi 2011 Expedition was a non-stop trek across the fifth largest desert in the world (and Asia's largest!) and Powertraveller is proud to have sponsored the team with portable chargers for their amazing journey. On the 26th May 2011, the expedition team started their 1000miles / 1600km trek across the Mongolian Gobi Desert from Bulgan (a sub district of Khovd Province) to Sainshand (the capital city in Dornogovi province in the East), assisted by as Bactrian Camels. The team endured dust and sandstorms, torrential thunder an...

Deep Everest: Annelie Pompe

Himalayas

Adventurer Annelie Pompe believes anything can be an adventure. Annelie is a outdoor athlete, a world champion freediver and a climber. She feels as home at the bottom of the sea as on the top of a mountain or on a rock face. Amongst her achievements is a world record freedive to 126m, as well as being the first Swedish woman to summit Everest from the north side. Annelie summitted the north face of Everest with a Powertraveller minigorilla and powermonkey explorer, allowing her to keep her gadgets charged during her expedtion. P...

Squash Falconer summits Everest

Himalayas

Squash Falconer's aim was to become the first woman in the world to solo pilot a paraglider from the top of Mt Everest.  Squash would be taking a Powertraveller powermonkey-eXtreme, powergorilla, minigorilla and solargorilla with her to keep her gadgets charged on this epic expedition. At the end of March 2011, Squash went to Nepal.She would be co-leading an expedition to climb Mount Everest. At 8,848m it is the highest mountain in the world. Not only would she be attempting to summit the peak, she would also be taking her parag...

Across Antarctica

Antarctica

In 2010, Ryan and Cecilie Skog completed a 1,117 mile/1,800 kilometer Antarctic ski expedition over 70 days from Berkner Island in the Ronne/Filchner Sea to the South Pole, continuing to the Ross Sea to complete the first ski traverse of Antarctica without resupplies or the use of kites. 

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