Sir Ranulph Fiennes is arguably the UK's greatest arctic explorer, and adventurer, who's nerve-say-die approach to life has enabled him to endure conditions most of us could never handle. His many successes of exploring the vastness of the icy Southern Hemisphere, and the Polar Ice Cap, as well as scientifically monitoring how the human body copes in such extreme conditions has pushed him to the forefront of his field. Equally he has taken on several challenges purely for raising vast amounts of money, such as scaling Mount Everest. These adventures were thrillingly captured in his bestselling narrative memoir Cold.
Colder is the fully illustrated edition of Britain's greatest living polar explorer memoirs, compete with personal photographs, maps and diary notes of his adventures. New narrative is supported with personal photography from Fiennes many polar expeditions. Detailed maps showcasing his routes across the various arctic landscapes he has traversed, as well as extended captions provide perfect analysis of what he has achieved. Colder is the perfect coffee table guide to understanding how great his achievements are in the history of man's exploration of extreme Earth.