For the first time, a crew of five childhood friends from Quebec, of which two are scientists and two are teachers, are preparing to undertake the complete crossing of Canada, from its northernmost point to its southernmost point, by human force and without interruption.

Never attempted before, the AKOR expedition covers more than 8,000 km and will last 7 months in total.

In order to cross the country covering the longest north-south distance on the planet, a diversity of means of transport is essential.


20% of the circumference of the Earth traveled by human force to explore the limits of the mind, inspire perseverance and combine adventure, science and education.