Currently, Gilles is there:

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Prince Albert II of Monaco   Forza10 high energy and bio pet food for the fitness of our canine troops Lestra extreme clothing for the extent of our challenges Transas   the best mapping for arriving safely on port Ursuit   abandoned and dry suits for a better security Verney-Carron   rifles for our non-vegetarian palate Ligne Verney-Carron hunting clothes and gear Petzl   to see more clearly in the polar night Global Marine Network   improving satellite communication Advanced Tracking   portable tracking beacon Solariflex the portable solar energy Birdland  expedition tents Micfil ultra fine filtration for diesel engines LT Labo  food supplements Musculine energetic food MX3 Freeze dried food Grivel  ice climbing equipment Getac rugged computers Spade Anchor high performance Olbia Chantier naval for the « lifting » of ARKTIKA Expeditions Unlimited

A problem of management of my sled dog camp in Finnish Lapland force me to postpone the start of the Transarctic expedition to July 2016.
This report raises many problems, but I prefer to see this situation in the most positive way. In any case it does not affect our motivation. On the contrary, it will allow us to be even more pointed on the technical preparation, develop communication and scientific protocols … So I want to see this report as an asset for the project will be better crafted and its chances of success will be all the greater.

The coming winter will see us training the dogs and testing all the equipment.
Long live the Adventure!


ARKTIKA 2.0 team (Gilles Elkaim, Alexia Nezondet and Eric Bonnem) met Prince Albert of Monaco for reporting on the Transarctic drift project. After an hour of friendly an open discussion, Prince Albert has expressed his support to the expedition; Albert II actually reached the North Pole bydogsled in 2006.

Participate to the expedition ARKTIKA 2.0: crowdfunding on Ulule