The Arctic Circle limits the polar area. This far north the sun doesn’t rises above the horizon in winter and in summer it stays up day and night. That was something Eike Köhler and Basti wanted to experience. So they started a more than 1000 km long journey to the north. The film «Into the Waves II – Paddling to the Arctic Circle« tells their story with its ups and downs in a breathtaking landscape.
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There’s a growing debate over whether surfing should be allowed during the coronavirus pandemic.
A news story from San Diego quotes a scientist who says coronavirus droplets could be spreading in the sea breeze. That scientist hasn’t returned our inquiries.
But Hawaii’s health director, a surfer himself, isn’t buying it.
“I disagree with that,” said Dr. Bruce Anderson.
“I think surfing by its very nature reinforces … More
Hidden amongst the Adirondack State Park and along the headwaters of the Hudson River, lie two of the highest peaks in New York State.
Only accessible by hiking through beautiful ‘Avalanche Pass’, the Opalescent Gorge holds one of the steepest runnable sections of whitewater in the state including 65 foot high ‘Hanging Spear’ Falls. Hanging Spear – The Headwaters of the Hudson River is an exciting adventure taken by professional Kayaker Steve Fisher.
Ben Stookesbery and Chris Korbulic represent the essence of adventure. Their most recent first descent of the Beriman Gorge in Papua New Guinea is an order of magnitude greater than any objective they had ever tackled. The 13-day, 13-gorge first descent that could only be partially scouted by air placed them in harm’s way in the middle of one of the world’s most remote jungles