Brown Bluff and James Ross Island
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 03 Feb 2022

Brown Bluff and James Ross Island , 2/3/2022, National Geographic Resolution

  • Aboard the National Geographic Resolution
  • Antarctica

As a new dawn crested the Antarctic landscape, National Geographic Resolution continued its journey through the ice and surrounding megafauna to arrive at Brown Bluff. This iconic locale on the northern end of the peninsula features colonies of gentoo and Adelie penguins. After enjoying the morning, we set sail for the rarely visited James Ross Island, setting loose Zodiacs and kayaks. We explored the waterfalls spilling off the cliffside and the seemingly infinite ice sculptures.

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