Follow Will's 2023 Expedition

By The Numbers:
78 Years Old
60 Days
800 Miles
3 Sleds
260 Pounds of Gear

The Steger Center will provide daily satellite phone dispatches called in by Will. Listen to today’s dispatch by clicking the play button below.

Day 49: 06/06/23 – Portaging to Sebastian Lake (Recording cut short)

Will's 2023 Solo Expedition Story

Track Will in Real Time

Every step of Will’s journey is tracked on his Garmin GPS. You can follow his every move on his interactive map, detailing his 800-mile journey across the untouched wilderness.

Will's Interactive Map

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Learn more about programming at the Steger Center and the impact this facility has on countless individuals. From programs that help inner-city youths to skill building for adults, The Steger Center is reshaping lives.

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Steger Center Vision

The idea behind the Steger Center came to be during an Antarctica Expedition, manifested in a detailed drawing of a five-story center designed to help people develop skills and cultivate leaders. It would lead to a center that nurtures community, cares for the earth, and inspires leaders to solve real-world problems. With community spaces, master classes, and international leadership conferences – the Steger Center exists to build a sustainable community in the NorthWoods and inspire future generations of leaders.

  • Wilderness ignites a sense of power and forges tenacious resolve to harness that power for the good of all.

    Will Steger

  • Community working together in the wilderness unleashes new possibilities.

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