In February 2018, Eric Batty, Ryan Atkins and Buck Miller crossed Canada’s famed Algonquin Park in celebration of its 125th year.

Pulling a toboggan each and enough supplies for two weeks, they completed the 165-kilometre trip in only 10 days.

The crossing challenged both mind and body and left the friends with an experience of a lifetime.

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Have you ever actually heard the sound of silence? Stood out under the stars many kilometres from the nearest anything? Listened to the night and heard your own heartbeat? The only sounds in his photo is my breath, crackling fire, heartbeat and @ryanatkinsdiet @buckyjmiller 🎤 singing lol. #explorecanada #ontario #explorersedge #muskoka #discoverontario #yourstodiscover #thevisualscollective #wonderful_places #theoutbound #earthpix #earthfocus #sonyalpha #sonya7riii #becausecanada #exploretocreate #nordicskiing #neverstopexploring #natgeoyourshot #algonquinpark #algonquinprovincialpark #crossingalgonquin #yourshotphotographer #canada #getoutside #astrophotography #neverstopexploring #sharecangeo #backcountry #backcountryskiing #wildernessculture #ospreypacks

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Algonquin Crossing

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