From the very beginning, the Hollow Earth theory has had strong ties to the Arctic. This is where everybody expected to find a gigantic hole which leads through to the centre of the Earth. People like Marshall Gardner, William Reed and many others have focused almost exclusively on this aspect. Everybody says the Arctic is well-traveled. There may be veritable ‘highways’ into and out of the Arctic, but that hardly means anything. Logistics alone dictates that access to the Arctic must be determined by the location of air fields, ports, availability of fuel, the range of aircraft and weather.