Trekking Where Time Stops

Backpacker Magazine, May 2016 Issue

“When I hoist myself onto the plate of blue and silver ice, I’m startled to see a caribou skeleton. It’s almost perfectly intact its antlers pointing upward to the ragged, 6,000-foot peaks of the Brooks Range around us…”

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Elusive caribou in remote ‘birthplace of the winds’ [online]
Adak Adventure; Caribou Quest in ‘Birthplace of the Winds’ [print]

Cover story in We Alaskans, Alaska Dispatch News, May 10, 2015

“Ten times more caribou than humans live on the remote Aleutian island. But hunting the herd is no easy task.”

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300 miles across Alaska’s North Slope to the Arctic Ocean

Short article and slideshow in Alaska Dispatch News, November 22, 2013

“A group of five intrepid souls recently decided to make a journey by foot and packraft across 300 miles of Arctic landscape, and came away with at least one question: What do you do when you’re in a 5-pound inflatable raft and a polar bear shows up?”