Aaron Linsdau was born in Jackson, Wyoming. He has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and a master’s in computational science from San Diego State University.  Aaron is the only the second American ever to have trekked solo from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole. He holds the record for the second longest solo trip in Antarctica history. He also holds the record for surviving the longest one-way trek to the South Pole.
Aaron faced the ultimate challenge to reach the pole. He shared many interesting details about his expedition. He started without assistance, doing this alone, with no planned no resupply. Everything he needed was in two sleds, dragged across the icy wastelands of Antarctica.  Along the way, he ran into an amazing assortment of difficulties: unbelievable wavelike ridges in the snow blockaded his progress. Gale force storm winds were routine.  Skiing blind across dangerous terrain became a daily activity.  Antarctica is not for the faint of heart.
Aaron had never been to the Arctic or Greenland, on a polar expedition, he was unsure of the conditions. Yet he went and did it alone. He is an expert at staying motivated in the face of truly impossible odds in the worst conditions on the planet. He showed several excellent photos taken during his trip. He proudly displayed the photos of himself taken at the South Pole: Latitude and Longitude: 90.00 degrees.
Aaron is a motivational speaker and has developed programs that produce positive changes in people’s attitudes and behavior. He raises funds for prostate cancer.
Aaron’s website has a lot of good information. Please browse: http://ncexped.com/