Arctic Expedition

18 Feb 19
JayMena From the Block

One of my biggest fears is the unknown. Whether being the deep ocean or the wilderness I could not be brave enough to survive in that type of situation. That is why Elisha Kane fascinates me. He was an “American explorer, and a medical officer in the U.S navy. He was a member of two Arctic expeditions […]

18 Feb 19
Visions From The Dark Side

Rise of the Tomb Raider released for Xbox One in 2015 and appeared on PlayStation 4 the following year, and serves as the sequel to 2013’s reboot of the longrunning franchise.  The game picks up where its well-received predecessor left off, and sees Lara Croft exploring a series of remote locales in search of the […]

18 Feb 19
The Book Nut

by Emily ButlerFirst sentence: “There was no question in Freya’s mind that this was her last chance.”Support your local independent bookstore: buy it there!Review copy provided by the author. Content: It’s short and highly illustrated, but it contains some big(ish) words. It’s in the middle grade (grades 3-5) section of the bookstore. Freya is a […]

18 Feb 19
Arcynewsy

People who eat venison might be at risk of contracting a deadly infectious disease that is spreading among US populations of animals, warned the experts. Chronic decay disease (CWD) – nicknamed "zombie" deer disease – has infected deer, elk and elk in 24 US states and two Canadian provinces. The disease attacks tissues including the […]

18 Feb 19
JOSHUA HOLKO - www.PHOTOGRAPHY EXPEDITION.com

Late yesterday I wrapped up six days of personal photography in northern Finland (in no mans land on the Russian border) trying to photograph Wolverine in winter. I decided to keep a daily video journal of the time I spent in the hide trying to photograph this elusive and shy animal. I uploaded the videos […]

17 Feb 19
Modern Norse Heathen

Greenland: the world’s largest island. It is an often bleak, unforgiving land, with it’s ice sheets, fjords, harsh climate, rocky terrain and remoteness. The northeastern part of Greenland is now an uninhabited National Park, and the island’s entire population (comprising mainly of Inuits and Danes) is a meagre 55,877 approx. – astonishingly low, considering it’s […]

17 Feb 19
SOUL OF HIMALAYAS

Mt Everest is known as Sagarmatha in Nepali and Chomolungma in Tibetan. Tensing Norgay Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hillary are the two climbers who first challenges the Mt Everest. the bold height of 8848 m makes the Mt Everest winner of the tallest giant geographical figure of the mother Earth. climbers often struggle for the […]

16 Feb 19
Base Camp Magazine

The La Sportiva Olympus Mons Evo Boot has been the war horse of the 8,000er club, carrying climbers up to the highest peaks for over 20 years. In 2019, it has been revamped to create a new, lighter boot; the Olympus Mons Cube. 

16 Feb 19
Vector Charley

(Harbert, Michigan) We got enough snow Tuesday night for a spot of snowshoeing Wednesday afternoon, and that’s exactly what I did.  Good thing I did, because we had a big melt on Thursday, which vanished most of that fresh snow.  Now that it’s below freezing again, my snowshoes and I are waiting for another good […]

16 Feb 19
Slow Coach

Henry Bodkin, science correspondent, Washington DC The reasons for Captain Scott’s heroic failure to become the first to conquer the South Pole have excited fevered debate for more than a century. Was the British expedition beaten by Rauld Amundsen’s Norwegian team by just over a month because of unfavourable weather; did they mismanage their supplies; was it […]

16 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

"A Mars mission needs a lindstrom-like figure, someone who can break the tension can bring people together. "This is something NASA wants to take seriously and integrate into its strategy," he added. ON A tall man who seldom left a ship to pursue his favorite snow grouse activity, Lindstrom was nevertheless a great opponent of […]

15 Feb 19
News Archives Uk

"A Mars mission needs a lindstrom-like figure, someone who can break the tension can bring people together. "This is something NASA wants to take seriously and integrate into its strategy," he added. ON A tall man who seldom left a ship to pursue his favorite snow grouse activity, Lindstrom was nevertheless a great opponent of […]

15 Feb 19
Caroline Shevrin

If someone had told me last month that I’d be spending most of February on my Yaktrax, I would’ve just laughed. I mean, come on, the forsythia was blooming and the daffodil shoots were beginning to poke up. My January jacket selection was several levels south of maximum (that would be the black, knee-length down […]

15 Feb 19
Sandra Hawkins - Dynamic Canadian Visual/Media Artist

Hello Backers and supporters of my Arctic Circle 2019 Arts & Sciences Expedition Kickstarter Fundraiser at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sandrahawkins/arctic-circle-2019-arts-and-sciences-expedition-re?ref=creator_nav This is a rare international opportunity for a Canadian artist to engage with other professionals from across the globe and different disciplines on climate change issues, such as rising ocean levels and disappearance of coastal habitats. Its already […]