In August 2020, Rosie and Pom walked the entire 630-mile Monarchs Way (whilst her expedition to the Aral Kum has been re-scheduled for summer 2021).  The Monarchs Way follows the route taken by King Charles II after his defeat at his Battle of Worcester in 1651.

Starting off in Worcester, they walked for approximately four weeks and finished at Shoreham in West Sussex.

If you’d like to find out how this expedition went, why not follow Rosie on either Instagram or Facebook?


Rosie Stancer

Team Leader


1996-2012: Polar exploration to both NORTH & SOUTH Poles, a total of five polar expeditions, two solos, each record-breaking, and each of increasing severity, conducting physiological research, and supporting charities, including Special Olympics GB and Veterans Aid. All Polar Expeditions from 2000 were carried out under the Royal Patronage of HRH The Prince of Wales.

2018: Led British/Chinese team through the length and width of the Wahiba Sands.

2019: Skied the widest and longest points of the frozen Siberian Lake Baikal, SOLO AND UNSUPPORTED. First woman to do so.

Pom Oliver

Medic & Researcher


In charge of the physiological data-gathering erstwhile polar expeditioner. Very active in supporting a variety of mental health-related charities inc Lord Mayors Appeal for Mental Health, raising over £1m in a year.

A fellow participant on two Polar Expeditions with Rosie, North and South Poles.