What happens to you out there, in the infinite white expanse, in the land under the constellation of the Big Bear, nobody can really say, it is an adventure every time. On all my North Pole tours I was impressed to see how strange life on the ice was for my guests at first, and how quickly most of them got used to it. After a few days you start to adapt. You adapt to the inevitability of moving forward only on skis and pulka, you learn to read the special conditions, you recognize the constantly changing terrain in a supposedly barren landscape. Pack ice alternates with compact ice fields, there are thin patches of ice, sometimes open water. Chaotic piles of raised pieces of ice that are particularly difficult to cross - in short: snow and ice formations in dozens of different shapes and sizes. Everything seems the same every day, and yet is always different.