TESTED IN THE HARSHEST CONDITIONS:
A CONVERSATION WITH WILL STEGER

Author Malcolm VetterleIn
Images Brad Sauber
Date January 1, 2016

In 1990, Will Steger led the first non-mechanized traverse of Antarctica. His International Trans-Antarctic Expedition was ambitious to say the least, but Will is drawn to extremes. In the most remote landscapes, when the slightest mistake can make the difference between achieving your goal and failure (which often equates to death), he says things become clearer. Everything opens up, and becomes more real.
In 1990, Will Steger led the first non-mechanized traverse of Antarctica. His International Trans-Antarctic Expedition was ambitious to say the least, but Will is drawn to extremes. In the most remote landscapes, when the slightest mistake can make the difference between achieving your goal and failure (which often equates to death), he says things become clearer. Everything opens up, and becomes more real.

In 1990, Will Steger led the first non-mechanized traverse of Ant-arctica. His International Trans-Antarctic Expedition was ambitious to say the least, but Will is drawn to extremes. In the most remote landscapes, when the slightest mistake can make the difference between achieving your goal and failure (which often equates to death), he says things become clearer. Everything opens up, and becomes more real.

In 1990, Will Steger led the first non-mechanized traverse of Ant-arctica. His International Trans-Antarctic Expedition was ambitious to say the least, but Will is drawn to extremes. In the most remote landscapes, when the slightest mistake can make the difference between achieving your goal and failure (which often equates to death), he says things become clearer. Everything opens up, and becomes more real. Will is drawn to extremes. In the most remote landscapes, when the slightest mistake can make the difference between achieving your goal and failure

In 1990, Will Steger led the first non-mechanized traverse of Antarctica. His International Trans-Antarctic Expedition was ambitious to say the least, but Will is drawn to extremes. In the most remote landscapes, when the slightest mistake can make the difference between achieving your goal and failure (which often equates to death), he says things become clearer. Everything opens up, and becomes more real
In 1990, Will Steger led the first non-mechanized traverse of Antarctica. His International Trans-Antarctic Expedition was ambitious to say the least, but Will is drawn to extremes. In the most remote landscapes, when the slightest mistake can make the difference between achieving your goal and failure (which often equates to death), he says things become clearer. Everything opens up, and becomes more real

In 1990, Will Steger led the first non-mechanized traverse of Antarctica. His International Trans-Antarctic Expedition was ambitious to say the least, but Will is drawn to extremes. In the most remote landscapes, when the slightest mistake can make the difference between achieving your goal and failure (which often equates to death), he says things become clearer. Everything opens up, and becomes more real

BAD BAGS: This is an example of a question in the event of an interview

Will Steger: This is an answer to a question as if it were actually there I'm just writing stuff now so I can get over here to make sure Dev's know that the line height in these questions should be the same size as the paragraph spacking.

"This is a quote, and it's probably an inspiration"