#1 Bestseller on Amazon (Feb 2019 in Mountaineering Guides)
“Explorers must be self-contained and prepared for anything.”
Expedition—An adventure into the extreme unknown where you will be tested to the limit.
How do you set off on your first epic expedition? Where should you even start? This book has practical advice to help you begin planning your first trek. Dreaming, planning, training, doing, and returning alive are all covered in this guide.
Uncover the secret world of the explorer. Avoid excruciating pain and understand the essential ingredients required for success. The mysterious world of exploration is exposed to you.
"Do not rely on cellular phones in remote locations as your only means of communication."
Transform your vision into reality. If you want to climb a mountain or stand at the North Pole, you’ll find answers inside.
Learn step-by-step how to bring yourself to breathtaking locations. You will avoid rookie mistakes and have an extraordinary experience. Buy this book and become the adventure explorer you’ve always dreamed about.
Get your copy and start your adventure today!
Aaron Linsdau is the author of:
- Antarctic Tears, #1 Amazon bestseller (June 2015)
- Lost at Windy Corner
- 2024 Total Eclipse Guide Series
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About the Author
Terry M. Williams, M.D., is an emergency medicine specialist and adventurer who has impacted many lives. He is the author of several medical papers and Emergency Medicine textbook chapters. In addition to his full-time medical work in California, he has treated patients in Guatemala, Saudi Arabia, on cruise ships around the world, in Northern India, Thailand, and the highlands of Papua New Guinea.
Table of Contents
Part One: Your Own Expedition
Part Two: Create an Expedition
Part Three: Planning
Part Four: Financing
Part Five: Physical Training
Part Six: Skills
Part Seven: Equipment
Part Eight: Medical
Part Nine: A Full Expedition Day
Part Ten: Return and Recover
Part Eleven: Survival List
Part Twelve: Selected Resources
About the Authors