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  • Mysteris of the Melting Parmafrost

    Video | Canadian High Arctic and Greenland

    Top of the World: Mysteries of the Melting Permafrost

    Climate change is altering the landscape of the Arctic. As the permafrost melts, it is revealing well-preserved secrets about our past, as well as insights into our future. Watch this video to learn five surprising permafrost discoveries and their significance.

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  • Josh Powell on horseback

    © Aleksandr Rikhterman


    Where Are They Now? Young Explorer & Scientist-in-Residence Joshua Powell

    Joshua Powell is a conservation biologist, researcher, policy advisor, and explorer. He joined the 2016 class of Young Explorers on Adventure Canada’s Heart of the Arctic expedition and later returned as a Scientist-in-Residence on Scotland Slowly. Learn more about Joshua’s accomplishments in this Q&A.

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  • Linda Vurma Karat Fjord Greenland 2015


    Adventures that Inspire Lifelong Learning

    How have your travels inspired you? Linda Vurma is a long-time guest of Adventure Canada who has joined our trips since 2013. Read more about how her expeditions have quenched her voracious appetite for learning, and how she’s since been inspired to share her newfound knowledge with others.

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  • The Secret Nazi Weather Station

    Video | Newfoundland and Labrador

    Top of the World: The Secret Nazi Weather Station

    Did you know that Nazi German forces once set foot within Canada? On the rugged coast of northern Labrador, they hid a weather monitoring station that they hoped would be a useful advantage in their U-boat attacks on military and supply ships in the North Atlantic.

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  • Wadham islands 2022

    © Jen Derbach

    In Brief

    Voted Best Adventure Cruise Line

    We are proud to announce that we've been voted Best Adventure Cruise Line by USA Today 10Best for the fifth year in a row!

    This award recognizes us as leaders in the expedition industry who offer active and educational travel experiences for adventurers at heart. A panel of experts partnered with USA Today 10Best editors to pick the initial nominees, and the top ten winners were determined by popular vote. We are so grateful for the ongoing support of our clients, expedition team, staff, and crew and can't wait to travel with you all again!

  • The US Military Camp Beneath Greenlands Ice Cap

    Video | Canadian High Arctic and Greenland

    Top of the World: The US Military Camp Beneath Greenland's Ice Cap

    At the height of the Cold War, the United States built a sprawling military complex beneath the ice cap of northwest Greenland. The remains of the experimental subglacial city known as Camp Century still exist today, but climate change threatens to reveal it to the world.

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  • Swimming Centenarians of the Arctic

    Video | Canadian High Arctic and Greenland

    Top of the World: Bowhead Whales

    Bowheads are the largest whale by mass, but they hold another intriguing record-breaking title. Research suggests that these whales can live to be well over a century. See why the key to their longevity may be their Arctic habitat.

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