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It was a very difficult year in the Arctic and for the second consecutive season, there have been successful expeditions to the North Pole along the entire route. It is increasingly difficult to make this trip largely due to climate change and disturbance of sea ice. However, each year, several intrepid individuals are willing to give it a try, and for those planning to undertake this journey into the future, ExWeb has some suggestions that may make the difference between success and failure.

In an article published yesterday, the explorer David Pierce Jones shares his "Arctic golden rules", which were collected on his expedition to the Pole in 2010. David, who has reached the summit of Everest, quotes Richard Weber famous polar explorer who described the trip as "the hardest walk on the planet." He also noted that going to the North Pole is as easy or easier than summiting the highest mountain in the world, is simply too different.

The list of "rules of thumb" is long, very frank, and undoubtedly useful for those planning an expedition to the North Pole. For example, David recommends things like "learn to ski before you go" and "choose companions yoru attention" that resemble the elements of common sense but are not the least interesting. It also gives tips for finding a good campsite, where it is said that the team will agree, finally after 41 days on the ice, and the use of caffeine pills, pills of the enzyme, and the wool is recommended more down.

The board is most likely the result of the things we learned during shipping or mistakes made along the way. His biggest tip for success? Investing in Training Program Polar Richard Weber and do your research before you go. ExWeb reading files are recommended to find things that worked and did not work for past shipments. Avoid the mistakes of others and learn from those who were able to win.

There's an interesting article and anyone can pick up some tips for your adventures in the cold weather for reading, even if you do not go to the North Pole. ExWeb indicates that there will be a second article to follow the suggestions proportion even more successful in the Arctic as well.