Canadian adventurer Frank Wolf has pushed remote expeditions to the edge around the world and in 2016 talked about Hedonism for Ted Talks.
Wolf’s expeditions include being the first to canoe across Canada in one season and cycling 2,000 kilometres in winter on the Yukon River from Dawson to Nome. His first book of adventures Lines on a Map, was released in October 2018 by Rocky Mountain Books.
In 2018, he spent 35 days travelling 1,750 kilometres on a canoe expedition from Yellowknife to the Arctic Ocean via Great Slave Lake, Pike’s Portage, and the Back River with Ryan Bougie. He also spend 14 days travelling 230 kilometres across Baffin Island via the Penny Ice Cap with Dave Garrow and John McClelland.
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