By Hélias Millerioux, Alex Marchesseau, Thomas Delfino and Grégory Douillard. Expedition in 4 phases:
Base Camp on the “East ridge” 2100M of Mount Logan is reached on May 14 using Pulkas to carry the 320KG of gear (food, camping and mountaineering supplies).
3- Return (CB-Hubert’s Landing).
On May 27, Greg was evacuated for medical reasons. The following days, the three adventurers cross the Canada/USA border again, but the snow of the Logan glacier gradually gives way to ice and then to endless moraines, a veritable labyrinth of mineral Minos where the drone takes on a cartographic vocation, to find the least energy-consuming route to survey, with bags weighing more than 35KG each
4- Cataraft (Hubert’s-Flag point, Pacific Ocean).
Hélias and Alex embarked for eight days and more than 300 KM through the rapids of the Chitina and Copper Rivers. They docked on June 10th at Flag Point.
The trip came full circle after 42 days of total immersion in the American wilderness. A trip lived day by day with the aim of irrepressibly “losing” themselves to better “find” themselves internally.
All their electronic equipment was recharged by POWERTECsolar chargers and batteries!