Ice Warrior – Project

Tavistock Road, Princetown, Devon PL20 6QE

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01822890338 - 0777 565 1471

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Polar Expeditions – Recruiting Now!

#LASTPOLE February to Mid-May 2021
The Biggest, Boldest, Bravest and Most Important Expedition of Our Time.

The last true world first in the polar regions – 800 miles – 80 days – ordinary people trained to be modern-day explorers – bench-marking the condition of the Arctic Ocean.

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Founded by Jim McNeill, Ice Warrior trains ordinary people from all walks of life to become competent, safe modern-day explorers, undertaking ground breaking, purposeful and worthwhile expeditions.

Our quest is to help scientists gauge the pulse of the planet by developing people, discovering change and delivering the stories to global audiences in a way we can all understand, fostering a much better understanding of the world we live in – ultimately helping us to survive.

​Since 2001, Ice Warrior has trained over 380 people, undertaken seven flagship expeditions and contributed to our knowledge of weather, species, pollution, human physiology and psychology and sea ice.

Develop – people
Discover – change
Deliver – stories/results
Engage – others

Jim McNeill is one of the world’s most experienced and respected explorers and has clocked up over 35 years of expeditioning in the world’s most remote and harshest environments. Unlike most explorers he comes from a very humble background, being born and brought up on a council estate in north London and firmly believes that if he can achieve what he has done to date, then most people can, too.

​As well as selecting, training and leading expedition teams into the wildest places on Earth, Jim has held leadership roles within the environmental science sector, the military, the emergency services – as a fire and rescue specialist and in senior commercial roles.

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