Just imagine paddling almost the entire length of the mighty Yukon. Alone and unsupported. For almost three whole months. With half your body hanging in the water the entire way.
There's something special about ultra-marathon paddling... There's some kind of feeling you can only get after six or seven hours on the water. Some sort of spirit you can't generate without a bit of suffering. Tales that can only be told after you've paddled
[notdevice][/notdevice][device] [/device] [FULL REPLAY] Bart de Zwart and I hosted a special screening of the Yukon River Quest documentary “Chased by the Midnight Sun” today, including some bonus commentary and behind-the-scenes stories. Thanks to everyone who tuned in from around the world to watch — hope it gave you a little quarantine entertainment and motivation! […]
"King of the Ultras" Bart de Zwart joins us from Maui to preview tomorrow's Midnight Sun watch party and chat about the raw attraction of paddling the Yukon River. Join us tomorrow for a special screening of our Yukon River Quest documentary with bonus commentary from Bart and I. W
Stuck indoors? Wish you could be outside paddling? Perhaps on a really long, really remote river in the Canadian wilderness? We may not be able to do the Yukon River Quest this year, but our "Midnight Sun" WATCH PARTY will hopefully give
What motivates someone to paddle 715km down a long, cold and very lonely river in the Canadian wilderness? And what happens to the body and mind when they do? Follow eight stand up paddlers as they attempt the longest annual paddle race in the world, the Yukon River Quest… Enjoying the […]