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Two llamas, two kids and a bear: adventurer Leo Houlding takes his family on their first expedition
One of the world’s leading technical climbers, Leo Houlding is also pushing back the boundaries of family travel
Part 6: The explorer reflects on an epic polar adventure
In January 2018, the British climber completed a groundbreaking two-month polar expedition, kite-skiing across Antarctica and scaling the Spectre, one of the world’s most remote peaks. These are his dispatches from the field
Part 5: Leo Houlding is racing back to base camp before supplies run out
Part 4: In his latest update, Leo Houlding hurries to reach a food cache in time for the holiday
Part 3: In his latest update from his pioneering expedition, Leo Houlding tastes success but has a close call with a crevasse
Part 2: In his first dispatch from his pioneering adventure, Houlding finds his meticulous plans coming up against the harsh realities of the coldest continent
Part 1: As he sets out for the world’s most remote mountain range, the climber hopes to pioneer a new era of polar adventure