With this phrase from Sir Ernest Shackleton, I set off from Ushuaia to Falklands, South Georgia, Elephant Island, Orkney island, Antarctica and the South Shetland Islands. An expedition to the little-visited far south of our planet,the seventh continent.
Snowy rugged peaks, dense white forests and frozen lakes. That’s winter sports in the Canadian Rocky Mountains where there are plenty of snow-sure ski resorts. By invitation I combine Edmonton with a visit to Jasper and experience a phenomenal winter sports adventure.
The extremes of Arctic Canada, I want to experience it. In icy cold looking for the mythical narwhal, an icon from the time of the Vikings, when thrones were decorated with the Narwal horn. Sleeping in a fluttering tent on two meters thick ice, surrounded by polar bears. I push my limits and travel north in search of the unknown.