'Landet av Isbjørn' literally meaning 'the land of the ice bear' is the name often used for the islands of Svalbard

In the heart of the Arctic Ocean, at 76-81 degrees North, the Svalbard Archipelago remains one of the worlds last great 'firsts'. Despite numerous attempts, no one has ever paddled around all four main islands. Now, after 6 years of dreaming and planning to complete this epic trip, we are setting off to do just that. This will be our adventure amongst ice bears and Islands.




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Previous Attempts at Svalbard

Here is a short video detailing the tribulations the last team that tried this expedition had to go through. This trip is no joke.

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The Northern Most Settlement on Earth.

I write this update a week into our expedition we reached 79 degrees north yesterday and with that the research town of Ny Ålesund, here we have been greeted with a store room to camp in and warm showers, which is quite a treat even after only 7 days on the water and almost 200km’s of coastal travel. The weather has been a mixed bag, from dead calm sunny days to blustery rain, however the se
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The Night Before We Leave

Finally a week of prep is coming to an end, tomorrow we leave. We will write more soon. PG {CAPTION}
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The Night Before We Leave

Finally a week of prep is coming to an end, tomorrow we leave. We will write more soon. PG  
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