The Huber Brothers - Antarctica
Climbing arctically cold vertical walls in Queen Maud Land: Stephan Siegrist and the „Huber Brothers“ Thomas and Alexander Huber have turned this into the project of their dreams, Expedition Antarctica.
They spent years preparing for the challenge. In November 2008, they finally set out for Antarctica. The White Continent awaited them with fascinating scenery - unique pillars, towers, and teeth rising from the Antarctic Ocean. These Nunataks are just the peaks of a mountain range whose highest summits penetrate the ice sheet, forming spectacular granite mountains that stand like rockets in a glacier desert appearing white and endless. Without any doubt, 9710-foot Ulvetanna is the most imposing mountain in Queen Maud Land - a perfect pyramid, which may well make it Antarctica's most difficult mountain. The three extreme mountaineers have made it their destination.