Welcome

This website is devoted to documenting the Arctic Thule expedition's search for Earth's Northernmost Point of land. To learn more click the links at top of the page.

Land of Legends

For millenia the location of "Thule" has stirred the imagination of explorers, intellectuals and poets.

Ongoing Treks

Recognized as leaders in ongoing Arctic exploration... our expedition members are deemed pioneers in this little known yet important corner at the top of our planet.

Participants

Scientists, Adventurers... if you're an avid mountaineer or trekker, and can take care of yourself in the wilderness, consider joining us on our next expedition. Group size is nine due to aircraft weight limits.

Log

TABLE SHOWING ARCTIC ISLANDS AND DATES FIRST VISITED

EXPEDITION  


NAME OF SIGHTING

 

FIRST VISITED
SIGHTING LATITUDE

 

FOLLOW-UP
 

Knuth & Kingsley Kaffeklubben Island 7/1960 83.40 Numerous
Danish Geodetic Institute Oodaaq Island 7/1978 83.40.33 Seen again in 1979 and 2003
Top of the World Expedition Top of the World Island 7/1996 83.40.40 Seen again in 1997, 2001, 2002, and 2003
Danish Inst. KMS Island 7/1997 83.40.32 Seen from satellite in 2005, 2006
Dupree Expedition Dupree Island* 7/2000 83.40.30* Seen from satellite in 2005, 2006
Euro-American Expedition Euro-American Island 7/2003 83.42.00 Seen from satellite in 2005, 2006
Île de France Skafte Island 7/2007 83.40.39 Seen from satellite in 2005, 2006
* Approximate Location - Dupree Island's precise location is not known as yet,
 except that it is near Top of the World Island, but not as far north.