Polar Bear Guards Wanted: A Look Inside the Arctic’s Most Essential Job
Every month, tourism and scientific visitations to the Arctic increase. Consequently, so too does the demand for Polar bear guards.
Heaven and Hell on Wheels. The Great Divide Mountain Bike Route
The 4,300 km long route spans two Canadian provinces and five US states.
Search For The Tasmanian Tiger
The Tasmanian tiger was declared extinct in 1982. Since then, reported Thylacine sightings have skyrocketed. Nowadays, the search for a real, live Tasmanian tiger specimen is considered an unforgettable Tasmanian adventure.
Mount Kailash: The Sacred Himalayan Peak Forbidden to Climbers
Despite numerous attempts to reach the 6,600-meter summit, it remains one of the world’s highest unclimbed mountains. So, why has nobody ever climbed Mount Kailash?
EXTREME SPORTS LOVERS: How to Score a Job In a National Park
Looking for a job where you can use your downtime to hike, fish, camp, and amble the day away in a real-life Nat Geo cover shot?
THE YUKON QUEST: How to Mush Your Way To Greatness
Fairbanks is famed for some of the wildest barbets in human history. Four decades ago, one such bet spawned the world’s toughest dog sled race. The Yukon Quest.
THE SNOWMAN TREK: It Makes Everest Look Like Childs Play
Widely considered the Holy Grail of hiking in Bhutan, the Snowman Trek is also the hardest hike in the Himalayas. Maybe even the toughest trek in the world. This beautiful and brutal trail eats hardened hikers for breakfast. Although many try, few succeed.
The Ultimate Guide To Becoming An Activist
Activism is defined as any activity geared towards manifesting positive social change. And, right now, we need those changes to happen yesterday.
Human Rewilding: Become a Hunter-Gatherer in Your Own Back Yard
WHAT: Human Rewilding Apart from being slightly smarter than the average monkey, our pre-agricultural ancestors were as “wild” as the animals they stalked or the berries they picked. Fast forward a few millennia. Nowadays, only a fraction of their domesticated descendants know what it’s like to forage for edible plants or kill their own meat. […]
Mongol Rally: The World’s Wackiest Motor Race
The Mongol Rally has no rule book, no pit stops, checkpoints, or fancy accommodations. It’s just you and your buddies, on your own, piloting your rolling rubbish dump through the mountains, plains, and deserts of Eurasia and beyond.