Sir Ranulph Fiennes was the first to cross the Antarctic continent unsupported, the first person to cross both polar ice caps and the oldest to climb Everest. Photo: SCMP

He’s walked the Antarctic, climbed Mount Everest and chopped off his own frostbitten fingers – but for explorer Ranulph Fiennes, taking photos is the hardest part of the job

‘The World’s Greatest Living Explorer’ is in his seventies, but still determined to cross Antarctica in winter. He sat down with the Post to recall some of his most epic adventures

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Sir Ranulph Fiennes was the first to cross the Antarctic continent unsupported, the first person to cross both polar ice caps and the oldest to climb Everest. Photo: SCMP
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