Ice Road Trekkers

A trek up the ice road in Northern Canada

In Jan 2018, the temperature can reach -40°C and the sun hardly rises at all. It was certainly the coldest place I have ever been to.

We will covered 1,200 miles in 6 weeks, spending twelve nights out at sea paddling by the light of the midnight sun.

Our mission was to uncover the mystery of how an Innuit community came to be on a remote Scottish Island. Could the Inuit have really kayaked all the way from Greenland?

“If you are going through hell, keep going”
— Winston Churchill