Exploring South East Greenland

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Greenland - 5/27/15
Mike Libecki just completed his 60th expedition. He has a goal of 100 expeditions by 100 years old.

   SUP

Greenland - 5/27/15

Mike Libecki just completed his 60th expedition. He has a goal of 100 expeditions by 100 years old.

Last year I went on my 7th expedition to Greenland. Its all part of a life-long search to find the last remaining world-class first ascents on giant rock formations."


“Last year I went on my 7th expedition to Greenland. Its all part of a life-long search to find the last remaining world-class first ascents on giant rock formations. I am heading out again, back to Greenland, in just a couple months to complete one of, if not my most demanding expedition to date. I will be heading back to a remote fjord, to climb several towers that I discovered. One in particular is what I call the Polar Bear Tooth, a gigantic, unknown, unclimbed rock tower that, of course, resembles a giant polar bear fang. After 350 miles by local Inuit fishing boat, I am choosing to travel into the fjords (too much ice for the local Inuit fishing boat) on my SUP and pack rafts. I will set up a base camp that is polar bear proof (hopefully) and hope to climb 4 huge first ascents. Without mystery, there is no adventure… No doubt mystery will define this journey, well, and of course, magic, power and beauty of the wild world…”

Last year I went on my 7th expedition to Greenland. Its all part of a life-long search to find the last remaining world-class first ascents on giant rock formations."