Parker Liautaud

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Parker Liautaud (born August 12, 1994) is a polar adventurer and environmental campaigner. By the age of 19,[1] he had undertaken three last degree expeditions to the North Pole and one to the South Pole. On December 24, 2013, Liautaud and expedition guide Doug Stoup [2] completed the Willis Resilience Expedition, a 565 km unsupported trek from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole.[3]

Parker is the son of multimillionaire venture capitalist Bernard Liautaud.

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  1. ^ Washington Post (2013-12-19) "What it's like to trek to the South Pole"
  2. ^ 1 "Douglas Stoup biography"
  3. ^ Correne Coetzer (2013-09-30). "South Pole 2013-14: Doug Stoup and Parker Liautaud for Leverett Glacier route". explorersweb.com. Retrieved 2013-10-07.

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