Tip of the Iceberg is a personal account of the two years spent at Port Lockroy by David Price in the late 1950s. This marked the final stages of the ‘Golden Age’ of Antarctic exploration. With an impressive memory and welcome humour, the author relates the primitive life on small Goudier Island which was home to five men all absorbed in the study of ionospheres. Icebound and with mail just once a year, this is the gripping tale of what was to be the greatest adventure of a man’s life
Publishing rights were gifted to UKAHT by the author David Price, all funds from this book go towards supporting the charity.