Eric McNair-Landry

Director
Eric McNair-Landry

One of the youngest individuals to ski unsupported to the South Pole, Eric has kite-skied over 19,000 km on expeditions and has crossed the Greenland Icecap 6 times. He currently holds the record for the longest kite-skiing distance in 24 hours at 595 km! His dog sledding skills led him to embark on a two-month dog sledding expedition in the high arctic with legendary explorer Will Steger. He has crossed the Gobi desert, guided a kite-ski traverse of Antarctica, kite-skiing Northwest Passage, and recently has traversed southern Baffin Island in a kayak he hand built.