pole of inaccessibility

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pole of inaccessibility

[′pōl əv ‚in·ak‚ses·ə′bil·əd·ē]
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The adventurers will set off for the destination - also known as the Arctic Pole - in February 2016.
Along with this handy visual and verbal guide, there are suggested learning activities in For Creative Minds, such as match the animals, mountain to Arctic Pole map comparisons and more.
The group split into two teams to reach Geomagnetic North, Magnetic North pole, the Arctic pole and the Geographic pole.
Their task in 2006 is to reach all four North Poles in one season--including the Arctic Pole.
The former pupil at Finham Park School in Coventry is the co-leader of a new expedition to the Arctic Pole.
If selected, she could then trek to the arctic pole - another 700 miles over two months The trip will be financed through sponsorship.
If all goes well, next year team leader Jim McNeill will set out on a 685-mile trek across the Arctic Ocean in a solo attempt to reach the Arctic Pole.
The Arctic Pole or Pole of Relative Inaccessibility, as it is sometimes called, is the farthest point from land on the Arctic Ocean.
Between the volunteers and polar explorer Jim McNeill, the team will attempt to reach all four North poles ( the Geomagnetic North Pole, the Magnetic North Pole, the Arctic Pole and the Geographic North Pole.
The team are now looking for sponsors to back the next Ice Warrior expedition to the arctic pole, or pole of relative inaccessibility as it is sometimes referred to, the furthest point from land on the Arctic Ocean.
The firefighter, based at Windsor Castle will begin by walking solo to the Arctic Pole -ne ver accomplished before.

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