Antarctica 2003

Freezing cold temperatures, immense landscapes, risky challenges and extreme isolation are only a few of the descritpions that apply to Antarctica, the ultimate frontier.

Luc Hardy and Larry Hunt embarked on a one-month journey from the comforts of their homes in Connecticut to the summit of Vinson Massif at 16,067 feet, the highest mountain in Antarctica. They explored, dreamed and discovered this fascinating continent as never before.

The Sagax Antarctica Expedition 2003 was made possible thanks to the support of Alteram, Multifonds and Reed Smith LLP, and the collaboration of the Cousteau Society