In 2010, explorer Sebastian Copeland with his partner Eric McNair-Landry crossed 2300 kilometers of the Greenland ice sheet on skis and kites.

Braving crevasses, blizzards and exhaustion, they set fresh tracks in the heart of the ice and a new world record: the longest distance traveled in a twenty-four hour period by natural means: 595 km (360 miles). This is their story.

Watch the trailer of this outstanding adventure!