O "Reino Montanhoso" da América do Norte é uma região selvagem espetacular, vasta e acidentada. Wrangell-ST. Elias National Park também é o maior parque nacional dos Estados Unidos. A imensa área selvagem permanece quase intocada desde os tempos em que era habitada pelos indígenas das Primeiras Nações, os tlingit e os chugach. Os povos indígenas viviam em harmonia com a natureza, adorando seus deuses em "templos" de rochedos, abetos vermelhos e nuvens. Seus xamãs, curandeiros e guias convocavam os espíritos da terra e dos animais. Seu mundo era feito de dicotomias naturais ainda evidentes hoje: terra e ar, floresta e mar, fogo e gelo. Elias evoca em você uma sensação de isolamento absoluto e a oportunidade de se aventurar completamente em uma terra pouco descoberta. Pense diferente! Contacte-nos para descobrir uma nova maneira de viajar: WhatsApp: (85) 9 9656-2682 ou ligue grátis 0800 0381437 ou (85) 3268-3416 ou se preferir envie um e-mail para: firstname.lastname@example.org #girassolgroup#viagenstemáticas#prazeremviajar#amoviajar#diferencial#turismo#viagenstour#turismocomconsciencia#alasca#usa#eliasnationalpark
In the middle of a white-out with @borgeousland whilst crossing the Wrangell-St. Elias ice cap in 2016. We can just about see my ski. The fast changing weather conditions mean that during expeditions we may find ourselves with limited vision; seeing your partner one moment, but not the next! The terrain here was solid and safe, however we decided to rope-up as the density of a white-out on ice caps can increase without warning. Even at a 20 metre distance you can lose your partner. My advice for anyone attempting to navigate across the Polar regions and who finds themselves in such precarious conditions, is to rope-up to avoid any risks. If leading on expedition in a team we focus heavily on navigating, if we are not fully concentrating, our sense of direction can go off track. To avoid this happening, being attached to our buddy will alleviate the stress of losing one another, leaving us free to guide the team safely.
A cosy room for two with a view! @leabrassy and I took a trip to Alaska. Found this perfect spot to pitch our tent in the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park on the Miles Glacier, after a demanding day of pulling our sleds wearing crampons. We wanted to find somewhere with snow so that we could boil water. As this photo depicts, everywhere around us there was raw ice which is impractical as you have to dig out the ice to create a more comfortable pitch! Then we got lucky and came across a little patch of fluffy snow which became our home spot for the night. This pituresque and untouched space is a pure example of remote land rarely graced with human footprints! We left itas we had found it, in all it’s splendour!
When you are blessed by the sun while you are attempting to play Icarus. Kiting has been of great help to move fast across these endless frozen flatlands of Saint Elias glacier. @icelegacyproject on the 🎿 @vincentcolliard
FROZEN BEACH If you ever wanna feel isolated in nature, then @WrangellStENPS is the place for you! No trails, no roads, no crowds of people - just glacier after glacier and peak after peak! You’ll have to be flown in to explore the largest U.S. National Park! Photo by @bemytravelmuse #radparks#findyourpark