[Authors notes] Footage of explorer Mike Horn and the PANGAEA Young Explorers Program on their 9th of 12 global expeditions slated between 2008-2012. In August of 2011 the crew spends two weeks in the Northern Territories of the Nunavut, Canada region, Bylot Island, Baffin Island, Admiralty Inlet, Sam Fjord and the Clyde River.
South African Mike Horn is acknowledged as the world's greatest modern explorer. He has undertaken exceptional adventures which have extended the boundaries of human achievement. His latest endeavor is The PANGAEA Project and Young Explorers Program.
The PANGAEA Project -- Is a 4-year circumnavigation of the world through a series of 12-scheduled expeditions each to different climates and surfaces including mountains, desert, ocean and arctic snow. For each Pangaea expeditoin, Mike and his team hand select eight high school or college students between the ages of 15 and 20 to accompany him.
The expedition is named Pangaea after the supercontinent that existed 250 million years ago. It represents the objective and over-arching mantra of ONE WORLD which Mike Horn and his Young Explorers set out by land and see to Explore, Learn and Act.
The project which continues through 2012 has already covered over 100,000 miles, reaching the North and South Poles and crossing all the continents and oceans.
More about the expedition, visit Mike Horn.com