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Polish climber attempts to ski across Greenland

12.05.2022 21:30
A Polish Himalayan climber says she is on a mission to traverse Greenland on skis.
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Miłka Raulin is Poland’s youngest female climber of the Seven Summits of the world, public broadcaster Polish Radio’s IAR news agency reported.

Now she is aiming to become the youngest Polish woman to ski across Greenland. 

Raulin will be looking to cover the 600-kilometre distance from the west to the east of the island in 30 days as part of a Polish-British-Swedish expedition, reporters were told. 

The team set off on its quest on May 3, when Raulin celebrated her 39th birthday.

“Every day brings various challenges, not least the weather,” Raulin told Polish Radio. 

In the past 30 years, nine Polish people have managed to ski across Greenland, the IAR news agency reported. 

It said Raulin would be the 10th Pole and the second Polish woman to traverse the world’s biggest island on skis.


Source: IAR, milkaraulin.plexplorersweb.com