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LEARNING FROM EXPEDITION FAILURES WITH BEAR GRYLLS
Global adventurer Bear Grylls has gone above and beyond in some of the most extreme environments on the planet – from reaching the summit of Everest to walking through the Sahara Desert. In this video, Bear recounts some of the tough moments, near-misses and failures from his expeditions, which ultimately taught him the most about himself and the spirit of adventure. Discover the many lessons he’s learned, including having to face his fears, respecting the environment, and having humility to know when to back away.
CONQUERING EVEREST WITH KENTON COOL
Professional mountaineer Kenton Cool has stood on the summit of Everest an incredible 14 times. In this fascinating video, Kenton takes us step-by-step on the journey to conquer the world’s highest mountain. For those adventurers looking to go above and beyond, this is a climb where the risks and dangers are rewarded with breathtaking landscapes and the unsurpassed feeling of standing on top of the world.
TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH WITH BEN SAUNDERS
Ben Saunders embarked on one of the most challenging adventures imaginable, to the coldest, windiest, most hostile place on Earth - the Antarctic. Accompanied by a close friend, this was an expedition in a land of extremes that entailed going above and beyond in every sense. Discover how they battled the intense cold, altitude, and the mental and physical challenges on their punishing 2,888 kilometre trek.
WALKING THE LENGTH OF THE AMAZON WITH ED STAFFORD
When Ed Stafford announced he was going to be the first person to walk the length of the Amazon, no one thought it was possible and he was told bluntly that he was going to die. With a plan to complete the trek in one year, the journey ultimately took two years and four months to complete, as Ed faced dense rainforest, wary locals, floods, dwindling funds and more to achieve his extraordinary goal.