Watch some Nice Climbing on Greenland and Baffin
In June 2012, four very excited South Africans and one grumpy Scottish sea dog set sail for the adventure of their lives.
After crossing the Atlantic from Scotland, the team did several big wall climbs on the west coast of Greenland and north coast of Baffin Island. The most notable ascent was Improbability Drive on Impossible Wall in Greenland, a new free route that took nine days of continuous living on the wall to complete.
The team then spent another three months on Dodo’s Delight (their 10-mtre fiberglass sailboat) winding their way through the Arctic islands of Northern Canada to complete the Northwest Passage to Alaska.