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Unlock
the planet.

 

THERE ARE PLACES HUMAN BEINGS AREN’T MEANT TO GO.
WHICH, OF COURSE, IS WHY WE GO THERE.

 

There are places so cold, 35° below seems almost balmy. Where the wind is so strong, it can pick up a 500-pound barrel and toss it five miles away. Where you have to pick your way through an ever-changing ice field that hides crevasses just waiting to bring your resupply mission to a grinding halt.

There are places where the nearest settlement is 500 miles as the helicopter flies. There are places in countries that don’t particularly like us. Places in the middle of a live-fire weapons range. Places where nature just doesn’t cooperate.

But if you’re an oceanographer working in the Arctic, an archaeologist digging around unexploded bombs on Hawaii's Big Island, a filmmaker documenting the effects of global warming in the Pacific or a scientist drilling a core that will reveal the earth’s climate for the last 1.2 million years, those are the places you have to go.

And those are the kinds of places we can take you, no matter where they are. Just like we've been doing for our clients since 1999. 

We can help you plan your expedition. And keep it safe in places that are anything but. We can supply food, shelter, power, water and waste removal—all the support you need to work in the wild. Then return your site to such a pristine condition that no one would ever know you were there.

We’re Polar Field, a company owned by the people who work for it. Women and men who excel at doing things that have never been done before. Who love pushing back the boundaries. And unlocking the planet.

We haven’t been everywhere. Just a lot of places most people haven’t.

 
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EVERYONE SAYS THEY GO TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH FOR THEIR CLIENTs, BUT HOW MANY ACTUALLY DO?

 

EXPEDITION DESIGN
& CONSULTATION

What remote, barren, desolate, windswept piece of the earth do you want to unlock? 

 

Frontier
Logistics 

There’s remote. And then there’s parachuting-in-to-build-an-airstrip remote.

 

EXTREME CLIMATE OPERATIONS 

Until you experience polar
and desert weather, you just
have no idea.