At the very top of Canada’s Northwest Territories, beyond the Arctic Circle, sits the small town of Inuvik. In July 2013, Cam Webb & Matt McFadyen, will set out from Inuvik in a small 17ft row boat. The goal is to row, sail and drag their boat over 2000 miles of ice choked Arctic waterways, through the infamous Northwest Passage.
Why do it? As Leadership and Team development consultants Cam & Matt know the power of a compelling goal in giving, gaining and ultimately growing. This is an opportunity to make a positive change in their world and yours.
As part of the ‘giving’ this expedition is raising money and awareness for two California based non-profit organizations, Save Our Shores and Coastal Watershed Council, who are leading their own positive change for our oceans.
Four oars, three months, two men, together in one very small boat. Strap in and join us for the journey of a lifetime.
- Join us on our journey through the Northwest Passage.
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