Journey to Antarctica: The White Continent, January 6-19, 2024

Antarctica is remote, independent, captivating. People often visit for the wildlife but fall in love with the ice: an entire museum of colossal and magical ice forms defying description. And we’ll have our very own ice experts along: Bob Jacobel, Professor Emeritus of Physics, a researcher so acclaimed he has a glacier named for him based on the recommendation of the United States Geological Survey, and his daughter Allison Jacobel, a paleoclimatologist and Assistant Professor of Earth and Climate Sciences at Middlebury College.

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