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Liverpool Land Expedition (leader: Ian Barker)

Wednesday 5th May

Our scheduled flight from Reykjavik to Constable Point has been cancelled due to fog at Constable Point. Will spending the night in Iceland and hoping to fly tomorrow.

Thursday 6th May

Flew out to Constable Point today and staying here tonight. Getting our kit ready to set off tomorrow.

Friday 7th May

We are leaving for Liverpool Land, by snowmobile, at 3pm today. Weather and snow conditions are good.

Monday 10th May

Expedition is going well. Weather has been fantastic so far and we have climbed a couple of peaks.

Wednesday 12th May

Good weather yesterday but cloud and snow today. Two more peaks have been climbed, making four in total. Plus a good ski tour. The plan is to remain at the current location at the top of the Bjering Pedersen's glacier for a few more days and head off towards the Age Nielsen's glacier on Monday 17th.

Friday 14th May

Poor weather meant the group stayed in camp today.

Saturday 15th May

In a break in the weather the group were able to get out ski touring for a few hours today.

Monday 17th May

Poor weather meant the group have stayed in camp most of the last two days.

Tuesday 18th May

The weather finally cleared today and the group are traveling this evening from their main base camp towards their pick up point at the foot of the Age Nielsen Glacier. There has been a lot of new snow so the going will be quite slow and hard work.

Wednesday 19th May

After a long hard slog the team have arrived at a new base camp just 3 km away from their pick up point. They will set up camp at this position for the night and travel down to the sea ice tomorrow morning for a collection by dog sled and snowmobile at 11.30 tomorrow morning.