28th of April

Message

„Matur dugir ef gengur áfram vel. Hábunga á miðv.dag við camp 13. DYE II eftir 6 daga. Talsvert stórir rifskaflar tefja för.“

In short:

„Food supplies will probably last if our progress will still be good. The highest point on Wednesday by camp 13. DYE II after 6 days. Sastrugis are slowing us down.“

24th of April

Message

„Náðum 8 km eftir kl. 16 þegar veðrinu slotaði. 50 cm af jafnföllnum snjó á jöklinum, 1.5 m við tjöldin. Erum í c.a. 1680 m.“

In short:

„Walked 8 km after 1600 hours after the storm was over. 50 cm of new snow on the glacier but 1.5 meters around the tents in camp. We are at about 1680 m altitude“

 

22nd of April

Message

„Höldum kyrru fyrir. Mikið kóf og úrkoma, 8-10 m/s. 1,5 m háir skaflar við tjöldin. Allir við góða heilsu.“

In short:

„Staying put. Snow storm and precip., 8-10 m/s wind. 1.5 m deep snow outside the tents. Everyone in good spirit.“

Map of the Progress

The Greenland Crossing 2014 – Róbert

 

Leader: Róbert Þór Haraldsson
Expedition members: Anthony, Chris and Bjarni
Departure to Greenland: 12th April 2014
Start of expedition: 14th. April 2014

Here you can follow the progress of the month long tour Greenland Crossing. The group flew out from Reykjavík on the 12th of June to Greenland and is estimated to finish the crossing in 30 days.

The expedition leader is Róbert Þór and for further information and details you can visit the tour page here.