Yasu Ogita completed High Canadian to Greenland solo

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48 days, 830 km, across sea ice, into Greenland

Japanese Arctic explorer, Yasunaga (Yasu) Ogita successfully completed his solo expedition in the High Canadian Arctic, across the sea ice into Greenland.

He started March 30th from Grise Fiord in Canada and ended 48 days later, May 16th, at Siorapaluk in Greenland. Yasu covered a distance of 830km, calculated daily in a straight line between campsites, he told Explorersweb/Pythom.

Check back in for an interview with Yasu for details about his route, the risky sea ice and how he had to negotiate the fast moving ice, his encounter with a polar bear, permits and permissions, and more.

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