Meet Dorota Kozarzewska, a bush guide and expedition organiser who has been taking Polish and international tourists on safaris for over twenty years.
Experienced explorers Mateusz Waligóra and Łukasz Supergan will be walking the 600km distance from the west to the east of the world’s largest island on skis, with a plan to complete the arduous journey in just one month.
During their monumental walk around Iceland, Anna Liszewska and her partner got through 712 chocolate bars, 57 tins of tuna, 3.2kg of peanut butter and 2.8kg of Nutella while walking an average of almost 11 hours and 34km a day.
Using the same model of Jelcz truck as the original expedition, the four-man team said they wanted to remind the world about the golden age of Polish Himalayan mountaineering as well as deliver aid to earthquake victims.
It took Ewa Harapin and her friend days to reach the 2,172-metre peak of Szpiglasowy Wierch in the Tatra Mountains.
Walking an average of 30km a day, Mateusz Waligóra took 58 days to cover the 1,850km trek in blistering 40 degrees temperatures which plummeted to an agonising -30 at night.
Maciej Kamiński and Michał Woroch are back on the road, to complete their epic journey across the Americas.
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