Follow along on this truly epic arctic adventure as polar explorers Sebastian Copeland and Eric McNair-Landry chronicle their 42 day, 1429 mile kite-skiing journey along Greenland’s south-north axis. Along the way the intrepid duo faced fierce snowstorms, frigid temperatures and debilitating exhaustion. Incredibly the team completed a 24-hour run which netted them a new Guinness Book World Record for the longest distance traveled in 24 hours, with 369 miles. A must read accompanying blog from the expedition can be read HERE:
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