In March of 2014 six women set sail from Isafjordur, Iceland with the intention of sailing across the Denmark Straight and up the west coast of Greenland. They hoped to explore the remote coastline, pioneer new ski descents, and collect scientific data in some of the most incredible wilderness on earth. This is their story.
Filmmaker Kt Miller has DONATED her time to film, edit, and distribute this documentary. If you would like to make a donation to help pay for her time please do so at: bit.ly/1SlwF0X
Featuring: Martha Hunt, McKenna Peterson, Meghan Kelly, Nat Segal, Pip Hunt, Kt Miller
Produced, filmed, edited by: Kt Miller
Additional cinematography: Haukur Sigurðsson, Meghan Kelly, Nat Segal, McKenna Peterson
Logo Motion Graphic: Dan Darling
Additional Motion Graphics: Kt Miller
Website + Logo: John Roope
Audio post production: Cascadian Sound –> cascadiansound.com
Music Licensed through AudioNetwork.com
Made possible by: Climate Reality Project, Polartec, National Geographic Adventure, Volkl, Marmot, K2, Scott, Cairn Investment, Nature’s Bakery, Goddess & the Grocer, Mountain Athlete, Backcountry.com, Greenland Air
Special thanks to: Goal Zero, ION Camera, WIDSIX, Camp, Beyond Coastal, Justin’s Nut Butter, Probar, Adventure Medical Kits, Dynafit, Voke Tab, Adventurers & Scientists for Conservation, Polar Bears International
Extra special thanks to the Aurora Arktika and her crew!
If you are on a personal connection, your brain will not stimulate the release of any nitric oxide and you will not produce Cialis wie oft einnehmen any cGMP.