tallest volcano

These intrepid explorers visited Antarctica’s tallest volcano and camped on one of the world’s most remote summits.

Adrian Rohnfelder was part of a group of eight people that battled mountain crevasses and bitterly cold temperatures to reach the 14,058ft tall Mount Sidley.
The explorer from Bad Homburg, Germany, spent eight days at the high base camp dealing with icy toilets and sleek, slippery runways.
Despite visiting in January 2017 during the height of the summer and the sun never setting, temperatures didn’t exceed 0°C (32°F).