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196 days and 3,000 km of skiing, kayaking and hiking through a majestic wilderness
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Beginning in late March we skied for over 100 days through the dramatic scenery of Baffin's north-east coast, including arguably the earth's greatest fiord landscape.
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In July we took to the water - the liquid version - and paddled for two months following ancient Inuit routes through Baffin's "great lakes" region.
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As winter beckoned, the expedition concluded successfully in early October after a three week hike along the Meta Incognita Peninsula.
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Beginning in late March we skied for over 100 days through the dramatic scenery of Baffin's north-east coast, including arguably the earth's greatest fiord landscape.
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In July we took to the water - the liquid version - and paddled for two months following ancient Inuit routes through Baffin's "great lakes" region.
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As winter beckoned, the expedition concluded successfully in early October after a three week hike along the Meta Incognita Peninsula.
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Beginning in late March we skied for over 100 days through the dramatic scenery of Baffin's north-east coast, including arguably the earth's greatest fiord landscape.
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In July we took to the water - the liquid version - and paddled for two months following ancient Inuit routes through Baffin's "great lakes" region.
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As winter beckoned, the expedition concluded successfully in early October after a three week hike along the Meta Incognita Peninsula.
My images from this expedition were featured in National Geographic Magazine, and the Baffin Traverse lecture was part of the National Geographic Society’s Quest for Adventure Series.
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This 3,000 km expedition is the only known human-powered traverse along the entire length of the world's fifth largest island.
My images from this expedition were featured in National Geographic Magazine, and the Baffin Traverse lecture was part of the National Geographic Society’s Quest for Adventure Series.
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This 3,000 km expedition is the only known human-powered traverse along the entire length of the world's fifth largest island.
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