Kayaking the Aleutains
(Also available in 36, 40, 47, 55 mins) No-one has succeeded in kayaking the length of the remote and stormy Aleutian Islands which stretch from Russia to Alaska. Explorers Justine Curgenven and Sarah Outen set out to paddle 2,500km along the archipelago to the nearest road confronting more than 20 long crossings which separate the tiny unpopulated islands. Sarah faces an even more formidable challenge as this is part of her round-the-world human powered journey and she has limited kayaking experience. Alone for 101 days in one of the windiest, roughest places on earth, these two women are swept away from land by unknown currents, pounded by rough seas and approached by bears. Experiencing an edge-of-your-seat journey, they gain a rare insight into themselves, the rich wildlife and the lives of the few people who live in this harsh yet beautiful landscape. ‘Best Film’ German Kayaking Film Festival 2015, ‘Best Kayaking Film’ Llanberis Mountain Film Festival 2015, ‘Best Adventure Film’ & ‘Best Seakayaking Film’ Waterwalker Film Festival 2015, Finalist National Paddling Film Festival 2015, ‘Grand Prize’ Graz Mountain Film Festival 2015, ‘Most Authentic Adventure’ Les Écrans de l’Aventure 2015, 2nd Place People Choice Kendal Mountain Film Festival 2015. Official Selection Banff Mountain Film Festival 2015.