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Nationality  American
Website  One World Endeavors

Name  Lonnie Dupre
Movies  Cold Love
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Born  April 17, 1961 (1961-04-17)
Residence  Grand Marais, Minnesota, United States
Occupation  Arctic Explorer, Climber, Sportsman
Known for  Greenland circumnavigation, Northwest Passage traversal, North Pole expeditions
Awards  Rolex Awards for Enterprise

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Lonnie Dupre (born 17 April 1961) is a contemporary Arctic explorer whose achievements include the first Pacific to Atlantic winter traversal of the Northwest Passage by dog sled in 1991 and the first human-powered circumnavigation of Greenland, by sled and kayak, in 2001. In 2006, he also successfully executed the first human-powered summer expedition to the North Pole by sled and canoe, and would later return to the pole as part of the unsupported human-powered 2009 Peary-Henson Centennial Expedition.


Lonnie Dupre Lonnie Dupre Returns Safely From Historic Denali Climb

In January, 2015, Dupre completed a solo climb of Mt. McKinley after three previous attempts. Sixteen people had previously reached McKinley's summit in winter, although six died on descent and none made the climb during January.

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In 2004, Dupre was honoured with the Rolex Award for Enterprise for bringing attention to the impacts of climate change on the Arctic through his expeditions, among other Northern issues.

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