For centuries the Sami people have populated the northernmost regions of Scandinavia. They call their home Sapmi, frequently crossing the plains with their reindeer in a nomadic lifestyle.
In the remote Icelandic highlands, two filmmakers face a dilemma when they realize their 14-day trek across the land they are trying to protect will take twice as long as they planned.
The allure of the outdoors comes from the unexpected challenges mother nature throws our way, where the lows accentuate highs. Luckily, the good days usually far outnumber the bad ones.
Two Friends take on the elements and cross Iceland from North to South on foot.
From unreported deaths, to unsustainable human activity and environmental degradation. India's national heritage is at stake.
This article continues to be updated, as five French explorers have been traversing Greenland's toughest terrain and sharing their progress via satellite phone. .