National Geographic – 50 Greatest Pictures

Will Steger’s famous “Lunchbreak” shot from the 1989-90 International Trans-Antarctic Expedition is featured in the 2011 National Geographic 50 Greatest Pictures magazine.   Click here to see the image…

National Geographic Dream Trips

Dream Trip: Traverse the High Arctic, Canada – by Will Steger   Twenty of the world’s top athletes and explorers share their wildest dream trips—a dazzling list of never attempted feats daunting to even these world-class competitors. For the rest of us, consider their must-do adventures—and start planning.    


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Media Contact:   Jeff Blumenfeld The Explorers Club 203 655 1600; m 203 326 1200,       Open House, Thursday, July 28, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. – Public Welcome     NEW YORK, N.Y. (July 26, 2011) – Members of The Explorers Club, the world renowned international exploration organization, […]

Low-impact homes not just for high-profile people

Article by: DAVID GUSTAFSON , Eden Prairie High School Five thousand dollars. That’s all it took Will Steger to build his modest home in Ely, Minn., 43 years ago. It certainly qualified as environmentally friendly: heated with a wood stove, lighted with a kerosene lamp and accompanied by an outhouse. Steger began building it when […]

Wild Things Gear

Wild Things Gear Will Steger is featured in the newly redesigned Wild Things Gear website. Wild Things has been a long time sponsor and manufacture of the Arctic clothing for Will Steger’s expeditions. See the online feature from the Wild Things website – July 2010

Will Steger Receives Two Awards

WILL STEGER RECEIVES TWO AWARDS MINNEAPOLIS – October 31, 2007: Today the Will Steger Foundation announced that Will Steger is the recipient of two prestigious international awards for his exploration of climate change: the 2007 Lowell Thomas Award, presented jointly by The Explorer’s Club and Rolex Watch U.S.A., Inc.; and National Geographic Adventure’s Second Annual […]

NBC Today Show

Bob Dotson of NBC’s Today Show visits the Steger homestead in Ely, Minnesota to produce a profile on Will for their American Story series. The story chronicles a modern day explorer who has spent the last 45 years years traveling the far reaches of the Arctic and Antarctic regions. Click here to view the video.