While most people can only dream of grappling with the elements on Arctic mountains or battling with the humid weather and the dense terrain of tropical rainforests, for adventurer and explorer Tim Jarvis, being at the mercy of the elements is a way of life.
Having trekked to the Arctic three times and tackled Antarctica four times, Jarvis has constantly tested himself against the forces of nature, and has received high commendation for his successes.
At 45 years of age, he currently holds the record for the fastest unsupported journey to the South Pole, is a recipient of the Australian Geographic Society’s ‘Spirit of Adventure’ Medal and became a Conferred member of the Order of Australia (AM) in 2010.
Apart from being an adventurer, Tim Jarvis is also an environmental scientist with Masters in both Environmental Science and Environmental Law. When he’s not on an expedition, Mr Jarvis works on…
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