Norwegian Wanny Woldstad ventured to the Arctic in 1932, becoming the first female fur trapper on Svalbard. An awarded markswoman, she was a trailblazer who spent six winters living in freezing conditions while hunting wildlife and selling fur alongside her two sons to support herself—an unheard of feat in the 1930s. In this episode of Expedition Spotlight, naturalist Kerstin Langenberger explores Woldstad’s intact hunting cabin at Hornsund as she relays the remarkable story of this daring pioneer.