The family of the 30 year old London man who died during an expedition in Greenland have paid tribute to him on Facebook.
"FROM THE FAMILY: We wanted to let everyone know that on Sunday morning we had a phone call to confirm that Philip sadly died. To our son, brother and friend, we are so glad that you were on your adventure and expedition that you had wanted to do for so long._
"You will be unbelievably missed and your memory cherished. xx"_
Philip Gooeve-Docker had described the 550-600km trek as "one of the great polar challenges."
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