In March 2013 John Huston (USA), Tobias Thorleifsson (Norway), Hugh Dale-Harris (Canada), and Kyle O’Donoghue (South Africa), expedition filmmaker, traversed 1200km on Ellesmere Island in the Canadian High Arctic. Powered by muscle, and four canine skijoring companions, the expedition traveled through one of the last untouched wildernesses on the planet. During the 65-day journey the team documented, filmed, and shared their experiences. The history of exploration on Ellesmere Island combines the celebrated polar traditions of Norway, the United States, and Canada. Ellesmere Island also represents a great responsibility moving forward.