December 19, 2013

2014 Alaskan Malamute Expedition

2014 Alaskan Malamute Expedition

The proposed date of the 2014 solo, unsupported, dogsled expedition will begin January 22nd.and end April 1st.

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The team and I will travel through the most remote, rugged region in Alaska’s Arctic Brooks Range where never in modern recorded history has a dog team traveled. We will not be resupplied for the entire multi-month expedition. The supplies, including one ton of dog food, will be hauled on two large freight sleds with 22 freight dogs hitched to the sleds. Our innovative traveling technique is unprecedented and has allowed the dog team and me to travel in so-called inaccessible regions of the Arctic for as long as four months without resupply.

The terrain in Alaska’s Brooks Range is treacherous and is well known as having one of the most brutal environments on earth. I expect to endure hurricane force winds with -100F wind-chill and deep snow. The 2014 Arctic expedition will be the ultimate proving ground for equipment, clothing, and technical gear. I do not expect to see another human being during the entire expedition.

Mission; is to raise awareness of a growing worldwide homeless dog population in rescue shelters. Now, with our increasing international popularity of our expeditions, I have a greater opportunity to raise awareness of this crisis than ever before. Our audience encompasses the globe with many thousands of people which virtually follow the team and me trek across the rugged mountains. I have pledged to contribute a large percentage of expedition donations to shelters in the United Kingdom and U.S.A.

We appreciate any donation amount. We have set up four levels for donors.
1. $10 Receive Expedition Email Updates
2. $25 Email updates & T-Shirt
3. $100 Email updates, T-Shirt & Signed Expedition Print
4. $125 or Email updates, T-Shirt & Signed Expedition Print & Honorary Sponsor Recognition

Sponsor’s support and products will be highlighted in my speaking engagements. In the past I have given presentations in Europe, Scandinavia, and the US. Additionally, I will write reviews in magazines and mention sponsor’s products in social media sites, blogs, and websites. Also, I have an upcoming book that will be published fall of 2014 in which my sponsors will be highlighted.

This year, I will document the expedition with video, still photography, and a written daily log. I plan is to post daily updates on twitter, outdoor enthusiast’s blogs, and Face Book, via Delorme InReach device.