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Falkland Islands News Network
NY Times

After Angie Butler’s discovery of Wild’s ashes in a forgotten chapel in South Africa. Ice Tracks Expedition is taking the Edwardian Explorer Frank Wild to be buried next to Shackleton in the Grytviken cemetery, South Georgia on a commemorative expedition. View full article here

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Simply Morzine
Simply Morzine

Mike Marshall, Founder and Chairman of Simply Morzine, company that offers summer and winter alpine holidays in Morzine since 1995, tells us about his experience travelling to Antarctica with Ice Tracks back in 2014, on the Shackleton Centenary Voyage. Read the entire article

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Chicago Tribune
Chicago Tribune

May marks the 100-year anniversary of the heroic crossing of South Georgia Island by Ernest Shackleton and two crew members after his ship, Endurance, sank in the Antarctic waters. To commemorate the centenary, Ice Tracks Expeditions is offering a 22-day expedition cruise that includes the option for 12 hardy souls to replicate the South Georgia crossing led by polar adventurer Seb Coulthard.

 

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Kunzum Magazine – India
Kunzum Magazine – India

Angie Butler, Director of Ice Tracks Expeditions, shares the account of her last trip with a group of Ice Trackers on a life changing experience to the Arctic. If this does not inspire you to venture into the wilderness of these remote areas, little else will. Read the entire article

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Sue Cook on Cruise International
Sue Cook on Cruise International

Writer and Broadcaster Sue Cook follows Shackleton’s journey on board the MT Vavilov on Ice Tracks’ Shackleton Centenary Voyage for the adventure cruise of a lifetime.

We are following in the tracks of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s famous ‘Imperial Antarctic Expedition’ on board Endurance 100 years ago. Aiming to cross the continent from one side to the other, his mission failed when his ship became trapped in the ice, but the survival and eventual rescue of those 28 men remains one of the most astonishing adventure stories of all time.

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LA Times Travel Magazine
LA Times Travel Magazine

The LA Times Magazine has listed Ice Tracks Shackleton Centenary Voyage as one of the top 10 centennial related adventures for 2016.

When Sir Ernest Shackleton’s ship, The Endurance got locked in ice and sank, he and the crew set out in lifeboats, eventually ending up on remote Elephant Island …

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BBC Radio 4 – Excess Baggage
BBC Radio 4 – Excess Baggage

Sandi talks to Antarctic explorer specialist, Angie Butler “Angie loves Antarctica so much she set about recovering the ashes of a forgotten Edwardian Polar explorer and to set the record straight about Shackleton’s right-hand man” Listen to the show here

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The Yorkshire Post
The Yorkshire Post

Frank Wild was Sir Ernest Shackleton’s right-hand man, but his name has faded from view. Writer Angie Butler spent seven years working to put that right

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The Independent
The Independent

Matilda Battersby reviews “The Quest for Frank Wild” by Angie Butler. The book charts Butler’s personal quest to unravel the story of the last sixteen years of Wild’s life.

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Falkland Islands News Network
Falkland Islands News Network

After Angie Butler’s discovery of Wild’s ashes in a forgotten chapel in South Africa.

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