Exploring the fringes of the map...

Felicity has been organising and leading expeditions for most of her adult life. As well as being the first woman in the world to ski across Antarctica alone, she has raced in the Canadian Arctic, led a team of women across the inland ice of Greenland, led a record-making International team to the South Pole, searched for meteorite craters in Quebec, skied along a frozen river in Siberia, traversed the winter ice of Lake Baikal, worked on a nuclear-powered icebreaker at the North Pole, driven 35,000km across Eurasia to the coldest inhabited place in the world, driven 6000km across Antarctica, flown in an airship across America, completed the infamous Marathon Des Sables across the Moroccan Sahara and spent three years living and working in the Antarctic.

You can find details, links and more information about each of the expeditions below by clicking on the relevant image - but if you'd like to know more, feel free to contact Felicity directly.

The Women's Euro-Arabian North Pole Expedition 2017

The Women's Euro-Arabian North Pole Expedition 2017

The Pole Of Cold Expedition

The Pole Of Cold Expedition

Kaspersky ONE Trans-Antarctic Expedition

Kaspersky ONE Trans-Antarctic Expedition

Wettlauf Züm Südpol

Wettlauf Züm Südpol

Kaspersky Lab Commonwealth Antarctic Expedition

Kaspersky Lab Commonwealth Antarctic Expedition

Baikal 2008

Baikal 2008

Kate Marsden Expedition

Kate Marsden Expedition

Arctic Foxes Greenland Quest 2006

Arctic Foxes Greenland Quest 2006

Yippee! Timberland Expedition

Yippee! Timberland Expedition

The Pink Lady Polecats Polar Challenge 2005

The Pink Lady Polecats Polar Challenge 2005

Over the years, Felicity's projects have been granted the Captain Scott Society 'Spirit of Adventure Award', the Wilderness Award, a Timberland 'Make it Better' Scholarship and the annual Land Rover / RGS 'Go Beyond' Bursary as well as earning support from the National Geographic Expeditions Council in the US. She is a Fellow of both the Royal Geographical Society in London and The Explorers Club in New York and is also proud to be a Fellow of WINGS WorldQuest.

Exploration would not be possible if not for the support of wonderful organisations like these.

Also of vital importance is the belief and encouragement of a select group of sponsors that have funded and supported Felicity's projects year after year, adventure after adventure. Particular thanks to:

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