The Explorer Bases
Antarctica is the only continent on Earth where humans’ first dwellings still stand. The Trust cares for the expedition bases in the Ross Sea Region built by Antarctic explorers Borchgrevink, Scott, Shackleton and Hillary
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio The Blue Marble data is courtesy of Reto Stockli (NASA/GSFC).
BORCHGREVINK'S HUT, CAPE ADARE

1898 – 1900 British Antarctic (Southern Cross) Expedition
CAPE ADARE, -71.34301347 S, 170.15899858 E

SHACKLETON'S HUT, CAPE ROYDS

1907–1909 British Antarctic (Nimrod) Expedition
CAPE ROYDS, -77.55246045 S, 166.16752625 E

SCOTT'S HUT, HUT POINT

1901-1904 National Antarctic (Discovery) Expedition
HUT POINT, -77.84416137 S, 166.63993835 E

SCOTT'S HUT, CAPE EVANS

1910–1913 British Antarctic (Terra Nova) Expedition
CAPE EVANS, -77.63837924 S, 166.41420364 E

HILLARY'S HUT

1955–1958 Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition
SCOTT BASE, -77°33’10.7”S, 166°10’6.5”E

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