Expeditions

Expeditions by Ice-X

Arctic Bike 2020

Arctic Bike 2020
7,500 km by MTB to the North Cape 15 January 2015 Boris Krielen will set off again on an epic journey to the Arctic. During...

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Ojos del Salado 2015

Ojos del Salado 2015
Ojos del Salado (6,893m), Argentina, South America 11 December 2015 Boris reached the summit of Ojos del Salado, the highest volcano on Earth, the second...

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Arctic Bike 2015

Arctic Bike 2015
7,200 km by MTB to the North Cape + 4 High Points of Europe 10 January 2015 Boris Krielen set off on an epic journey...

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Ojos del Salado 2013

Ojos del Salado 2013
Ojos del Salado (6,893m), Argentina, South America Middle of January till middle of March 2013 Boris made a road trip through Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina...

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Ararat 2012

Ararat 2012
Ararat 5,137m, Turkey, Asia Monday September 17 Boris Krielen reached the summit of 5,137 meter high Mount Ararat in Turkey. At the last moment he...

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Everest 2004

Everest 2004
Mount Everest (8,850m), Himalaya, Nepal / Tibet Seven Summits, Asia Mount Everest (8.848m), left of the summit our route via the NE-ridge Boris joins the...

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Iceland 2004

Iceland 2004
800 km by MTB around Iceland, northbound February 10, 2004 Ramon Sijmons and Boris Krielen started their unique expedition "Iceland 2004": 800 kilometer by ATB...

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Kurumdi 2003

Kurumdi 2003
Kurumdi (6,613m), Kyrgyzstan, Asia 28 June 2003 Boris will be heading for Kyrgyzstan. Target is one of the unclimbed 6,000+ meter mountains of the Kurumdi-range...

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Kilimanjaro 2002

Kilimanjaro 2002
Kilimanjaro (5,895m), Tanzania Seven Summits, Africa 29 November 2002 Boris reached the summit of Kilimanjaro (5,895m), his 3rd Seven Summit. Kilimanjaro 2002, a succesfull expedition...

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Aconcagua 2002

Aconcagua 2002
Aconcagua (6,962m), Andes, Argentina Seven Summits, South America Friday March 29, 2002 Boris reached the summit of Aconcagua, solo & unsupported. Intangible, unforgettable, mystical, that's...

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Peak Lenin 2002

Peak Lenin 2002
Peak Lenin (7,134m), Kyrgyzstan 22 August 2002 Ramon and Boris are heading for Kyrgizstan for the ascent of Peak Lenin (7,134m). At first they will...

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Bolivia 2001

Bolivia 2001
6 x 6,000 in Bolivia 2 climbers... 4 weeks... 6 mountains... total elevation 37,998 meter... That's the crazy challenge Ramon and Boris wanted to go...

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Elbrus 2000

Elbrus 2000
Elbrus (5,642m), Caucasus, Russia Seven Summits, Europe July 2000 Peter-Arjen, Boris and Ramon left for Elbrus, Russia. The Dutch Elbrus Expedition started more chaotic then planned,...

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Ecuador 2000

Ecuador 2000
Cotopaxi (5,897m) & Chimborazo (6,268m), Ecuador, South America January 2000, during the rise of the Indians, Boris traveled through Ecuador by local bus, taxi, jeep,...

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Iceland 1997

Iceland 1997
800 km by MTB around Iceland, southbound January 1997 Boris biked the southern half of Iceland solo by ATB. A truck put this expedition to...

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North Cape 1995

North Cape 1995
2,500 km by MTB to northern Finland March 1995 Sven van Asperen and Boris Krielen biked from The Netherlands to northern Finland. Our goal was...

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North Cape 1993

North Cape 1993
Arctic Bike 1993: 4,000 km by MTB to the North Cape, Norway December 1993 - January 1994 Boris Krielen biked solo by MTB from The...

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Denali

Denali
Denali (6.194m), Alaska, USA Seven Summits, North America Denali (or Mount McKinley) is the highest peak in North America. It is a huge snowy mass,...

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Kosciuszko

Kosciuszko
Kosciuszko (2.228m), Australia Seven Summits, Australia Mount Kosciuszko is located in New-South-Wales and - with an altitude of 2.228 meter - it is the highest...

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Puncak Jaya

Puncak Jaya
Puncak Jaya (5,030m), Papua Seven Summits, Oceania Puncak Jaya is the highest mountain in the Pacific area and is usually considered to be the highest...

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Vinson

Vinson
Vinson (4.897m), Antarctica Seven Summits, Antarctica Mount Vinson, with 4.897 meter, is the highest mountain of Antarctica. Technically this is not a very difficult mountain....

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