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Fighting extreme cold while pushing war-ravaged bodies to new physical limits, teams of soldiers scarred in battle take on the ultimate challenge - trekking 335km across the Antarctic to the South Pole.
Find the full story in Mar/April issue #119 of Australian Geographic.
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Thought your trekking days were over once you had kids? Find out how to get back out there with these tips from trekker Chris Ord!
Get tips on planning for your next trek, whether it's your first or your 50th, in this next installment of our series on trekking basics.
Heading off on a multi-day trek takes a lot more planning and preparation than a day walk, and you’ll need the right gear to do it, but the rewards are well worth the effort.