10 modern-day kick-ass female adventurers | Cheapflights
You may not have heard their names. You may not have heard of their adventures. But one thing’s for sure, you can’t fail to be impressed by their achievements. Here we celebrate 10 great, modern day female adventurers.
Cecilie Skog was the first woman to conquer the Seven Summits and both poles. The biggest challenge for the Norwegian was neither the mountains nor the icy wastes – it was the death of her husband on K2.
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Cecilie Skog (born August 9, 1974) is a Norwegian adventurer from Ålesund. Nurse, professional adventurer, guide and lecturer. In August 2008 she climbed K2 . Her husband Rolf Bae, perished during the descent together with 10 other mountaineers. In January 2010 she finished the first unassisted and unsupported crossing of Antarctica ever. Cecilie Skog - Google Search
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Married Explores; Cecilie Skog - Completed the seven summits ( Highest summits on each continent including Everest.) Also completed the first unassisted and unsupported crossing of Antarctica ever. Survived the K2 tragedy 2008 after reaching the summit. Rolf Bae (1975-2008) Crossed Antarctica, Reached both North and South poles. Killed in a ice slide on the bottleneck during the K2 tragedy of 2008.