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Great Britain, and the Iberian Peninsula. A pole of inaccessibility with expedition Welt PDF to a geographical criterion of inaccessibility marks a location that is the most challenging to reach according to that criterion.


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Often it refers to the most distant point from the coastline, implying a maximum degree of continentality or oceanity. The northern pole of inaccessibility, sometimes known as the Arctic pole of inaccessibility, or just Arctic pole, is located on the Arctic Ocean pack ice at a distance farthest from any land mass. Ellesmere Island, Komsomolets Island, and Henrietta Island. Due to constant motion of the pack ice, no permanent structure can exist at this pole. The first attempt to reach this false northern pole of inaccessibility was made by Sir Hubert Wilkins, who flew by aircraft in 1927.

In 1941, the first Soviet expedition using an airplane landed 350 kilometers north of the false northern pole, thus actually becoming the first expedition to reach the real pole. Ignoring Soviet results, Sir Wally Herbert claimed to be the first to reach what was then considered to be the northern pole of inaccessibility on foot, arriving by dogsled in 1968. In 1986, an expedition of Soviet polar scientists led by Dmitry Shparo reached the pole of inaccessibility by foot during a polar night. The southern pole of inaccessibility is the point on the Antarctic continent most distant from the Southern Ocean. A variety of coordinate locations have been given for this pole. The southern pole of inaccessibility is far more remote and difficult to reach than the geographic South Pole. A second Russian team returned there in 1967.

Today, a building still remains at this location, marked by a bust of Vladimir Lenin that faces towards Moscow, and protected as a historical site. Inside the building, there is a golden visitors‘ book for those who make it to the site to sign. West crossing of Antarctica through both poles, over 4,000 km. As mentioned above, due to improvements in technology and the position of the continental edge of Antarctica being debated, the exact position of our best estimate of the pole of inaccessibility may vary. However, for the convenience of sport expeditions, a fixed point is preferred, and the Soviet station has been used for this role. Known as „Point Nemo“, Nemo being Latin for „no one“ and also a reference to Jules Verne’s Captain Nemo, it lies more than 1,400 nautical miles from the nearest land.