*The Best Quest is in no way involved with this journey/expedition. Photo credits –

Jelle Veyt

Veyt to take on the Bering Strait

Date: December 30, 2021
Approximate GPS Location: (50.91°N, 4.45°E)

It has been a while since we heard from Jelle Veyt, who took some time off after his successful climb of Kilimanjaro. Veyt still has three more peaks to complete in Antarctica, North America, and South America.

He recently announced that, once again, he’ll be headed for Denali in North America. His attempt to row the Atlantic was called off due to illness, so he has had to come up with a new human-powered route. Veyt will cycle up to Siberia and the Bering Strait before rowing the (comparatively) short distance to Alaska.

There’s no word yet on when he plans to begin.

( 0 ) USER RATING
( 8.5 ) CRITIC RATING

update history

Human-Powered Seven Summits

Veyt Stranded in the Congo as the World Closes Borders

March 23, 2020 // Human-powered Seven Summits: Belgium to Kilimanjaro

Corrupt Border Officers and Kamikaze Trucks; Veyt Cycles Through Nigeria

February 29, 2020 // Human-powered Seven Summits: Belgium to Kilimanjaro

Chaos in Lagos; Veyt Arrives Just in Time

February 16, 2020 // Human-powered Seven Summits: Belgium to Kilimanjaro
Human-powered Seven Summits

Cycling Through West Africa, Veyt Races Towards Nigeria

February 01, 2020 // Human-powered Seven Summits: Belgium to Kilimanjaro

add a COMMENT

comments

There are no comments on this update yet. Check back soon, or be the first to leave a comment

About

The Best Quest provides visual experiences of journeys. One by one you see the latest updates from the best expeditions and journeys currently under way around the world.

Sign Up

Sign up for our biweekly journey summary letter!

    Scroll