The Long Haul is Alex Hibbert’s account of his unsupported voyage, across the icecap to the Arctic coast of Greenland. Hibbert, and his expedition partner George Bullard, undertook four months, man-hauling 430lb sledges over 1,374 miles - further than any previous unsupported polar undertaking.
Hibbert had devised an epic plan, with the conscious effort to undertake a trail that would return him and his companion to the raw basics of polar travel. As an isolated double act, Hibbert and Bullard had only each other to rely on for both their survival and their sanity. This account is a reflection on the mental and physical turmoil that the men endured, and a testament to the triumph of mental perseverance.
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