La plus longue traversée Nord-Sud du Canada à force humaine
Nicolas Roulx and Guillaume Moreau have just completed the longest North-to-South human powered crossing of Canada in the history of the country. An unprecedented and daring journey of 234 days to cross 7600 km by ski, canoe and bike.
The Expedition in Numbers
days in total
means of travel
days in polar bear areas
% of the Earth's circumference
Never before attempted, this adventure was the perfect opportunity to explore the limits of the mind, to inspire perseverance and to combine adventure, science and education.
Optimize human strength
Crossing Canada from north to south required several means of travel. For 7 months and a half, we progressed by ski, canoe and bike, to cross the equivalent of 180 marathons.
AKOR 2021 has been awarded The Royal Canadian Geographical Society's "Expedition of the Year" honour.