Expeditions to Arctic Canada




Baffin Island Ski Mountaineering Expedition


Travel to the east of Baffin Island to ski some of the best couloirs on planet earth (up to 1500 m) in the Sam Ford Fjord and Walker Arm area.

Tri-Province Arctic Canoe Expedition



A group of six men will paddle the Dubawnt, Morse and Armark Rivers – a route that has never been accomplished in known canoeing history. Additionally, they will be collecting water samples for the International Arctic Research Centre at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Arctic Voice
Leader: Glenn Morris


The Arctic Voice Expedition 2007-08 is the first phase of a wider project that aims to bring to the United Kingdom a raised understanding of how our actions are affecting the Arctic and its people – the Inuit – through climate change. It is endorsed by the Royal Geographical Society and the International Polar Year scientific programme. The expedition itself consists of a kayaking journey following the route of the historic Northwest Passage in the Canadian Arctic in the summers of 2007 and 2008 and an overland journey by ski and dog sled in the winter/spring of 2008.



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