Four ice caps, three years, two brothers, one mission
The twins have set their sights high above the stars in their latest epic. A multicontinental, three year assualt on the world's four largest ice caps. From humble beginnings, the boys hope to prove the ordinary can do the extraordinary.
The objectives of the expedition:
To ski the world's four largest ice caps; Greenland, South Pole, Patagonia, and the North Pole.
To inspire the youth of New Zealand, and around the world, to take action on their dreams and achieve at their highest potential.
To inspire the development of youth leadership through the medium of the outdoors, and facilitate a greater connection with youth to our natural world.
To test the limits of our physical and mental endurance.
Zac and Josh are lucky enough to be working with some extraordinary people and organisations on their epic adventure. Rob Hamill, a wealth of campaign experience has come aboard as the team director, and they have been honoured to accept Peter Hillary as patron. The campaign is also excited to be working with Graeme Dingle's Foundation for Youth Development, FYD.