Together with Gjeldnes, Torry Larsen travelled across Greenland in 1996–2500 km in 79 days—unsupported by helicopters. In 2000, they completed the "Arctic Ocean 2000" expedition—a 109-day, 2,100 kilometer trip that started in Siberia, crossing the North Pole and reaching Canada. They became the first to cross the Arctic Ocean without resupply.
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