Walk the final 200 miles with Ben and Tarka. Tell us how far you cover each day and let's see how far we can collectively travel
Distance to go:
Ben and Tarka will cover 1800 miles starting from Scott's Terra Nova Hut at the edge of Antarctica to the South Pole and back to the coast again. That's equivalent to 69 back-to-back marathons hauling up to 200kg each (the weight of roughly two adult men) of kit and supplies necessary to survive.
Distances here are shown in statute miles.
Follow Ben and Tarka’s Progress Online
Track Ben and Tarka’s progress in Antarctica from wherever you are in the world online. They are carrying an always-on tracking beacon which sends their hourly coordinates back via satellite and uploads them automatically to our online tracking map.
To find out where Ben and Tarka are right now visit Scott Expedition - Live Tracking.
For more in-depth mapping including local points of interest download the Scott Expedition Google Earth files. Also found at Scott Expedition - Live Tracking.
Follow Ben and Tarka's live progress in Antarctica online from wherever you are in the world - live tracking and daily blogging
Have a go at packing a sled bound for Antarctica and learn a little more about what Ben and Tarka are taking on their journey
Learn about Scott Expedition inspiration - iconic British polar explorer Captain Scott and his 1910-12 Terra Nova Expedition
Download your own map of Antarctica to pop on your wall and annotate throughout Ben and Tarka's journey
Get behind-the-scenes and watch the build up to Ben and Tarka's departure for Antarctica, plus see footage sent from the ice
Help us record history by transcribing some of Scott's meteorological readings from more than a century ago
Time Capsule - like Ben and Tarka setting out to achieve their goal in Antarctica, set yours here
Be a part of the Scott Expedition community - get your own Scott Expedition t-shirt
Further learning materials about Antarctica