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Inside Antarctica: The White Continent

Inside Antarctica: The White Continent

Nate Small December 19, 2013 0

My Antarctica guiding season begins with a classic Antarctica trip across the surging seas of the Drake Passage, followed by exquisite landscapes, absurdly hilarious penguins, and of course, the one thing that never ceases

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A Shifting Landscape: Images of Greenland’s Ice

A Shifting Landscape: Images of Greenland’s Ice

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 1, 2013 21

With hundreds of staggeringly beautiful, ice-choked fjords, snowcapped summits, rushing waterfalls and flowing glaciers, Greenland is a paradise for cold-place fans, such as myself. And, if you seek remote and unpopulated corners, Greenland satisfies

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Changing Glaciers and Shifting Attitudes

Changing Glaciers and Shifting Attitudes

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 13, 2013 12

Giant-sized, creaky and cold, glaciers have always intrigued me. Ancient beings, they measure their time in the thousands of years, in a way that we humans have little experience understanding. That’s why, wherever I

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Adventure Dispatch from Greenland’s Daunting, Glorious East Coast

Adventure Dispatch from Greenland’s Daunting, Glorious East Coast

Wendy Redal January 17, 2012 0

James Dziezynski is a hard-core adventurer and freelance writer from Boulder, Colorado, who had the good fortune to paddle Greenland's wild east coast with Explorers' Corner. Read his account here!

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