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A huge pile of polar bear feces mixed with bird feathers sat between me and the ocean. I had no riﬂe. I needed to have a little talk with myself about my next move. For the past eight years, I’d been dreaming of climbing a rock wall in Franz Josef 42 | march 2014 Land, a Russian archipelago 1,000 miles north of the Arctic Circle—farther north than Alaska, Bafn Island, and all but the northern tip of Greenland. If I succeeded, it would be the northernmost rock climb ever done. Now I had bailed less than one pitch up.
I recognized death before it found me. We sailed straight to the island I had visited before, spotting only two bears along the way. The sea was mostly calm as we dodged mazes of icebergs. The plan was the same as before: The Russians would return in a week unless I called earlier, sounding their horn twice if there were no bears and it was safe to head for the boat. Of course the promise of a riﬂe had not worked out. There was nothing that could be done. I had the option of going or not going.