Adam Shoalts: Crossing the Arctic Alone

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From Yukon to Baker Lake, Nunavut, it's 4000 punishing, wind-swept kilometres across the entire Arctic. You'll need to arrive before winter hits. Oh, and you'll be doing it alone. But don't fear, you'll have a canoe. That's the challenge Adam Shoalts gave himself in 2017. He shares his experience and discusses his book, "Beyond the Trees."
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