49 min

Preventing Iceland's Apocalypse with Ryan Richardson The Outdoor Journal Podcast

    • Sports

Ryan Richardson and his wife Hailey, are two filmmakers from Western Canada, committed to trek across Iceland in an attempt to force the government to protect the highlands region, an area of over 40,000 square kilometers, by granting it national park status. Ryan and Hailey operate their own small-footprint film production company, Life Outside Studio, in which they actively participate in film projects around the world. We'll speak with Ryan about the serious survival dilemma he faced on day one when Ryan noticed that after 42 km of hiking, they were still only halfway to their first waypoint. Because the remote highlands are so untouched and even unmapped, the satellite data they based their route on was 40% wrong. When Ryan and Hailey realized that they would now have to traverse over 400 km to achieve their goal, they decided between cutting their food rations in half and doubling their daily mileage - quitting was never an option. (Read the full article on The Outdoor Journal).

For more stories like this, visit The Outdoor Journal.

To embark on your own adventure to Iceland, visit our authentic packages at The Outdoor Voyage.

Ryan Richardson and his wife Hailey, are two filmmakers from Western Canada, committed to trek across Iceland in an attempt to force the government to protect the highlands region, an area of over 40,000 square kilometers, by granting it national park status. Ryan and Hailey operate their own small-footprint film production company, Life Outside Studio, in which they actively participate in film projects around the world. We'll speak with Ryan about the serious survival dilemma he faced on day one when Ryan noticed that after 42 km of hiking, they were still only halfway to their first waypoint. Because the remote highlands are so untouched and even unmapped, the satellite data they based their route on was 40% wrong. When Ryan and Hailey realized that they would now have to traverse over 400 km to achieve their goal, they decided between cutting their food rations in half and doubling their daily mileage - quitting was never an option. (Read the full article on The Outdoor Journal).

For more stories like this, visit The Outdoor Journal.

To embark on your own adventure to Iceland, visit our authentic packages at The Outdoor Voyage.

49 min

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