The greatest vertical drop cliff on Earth. A granite wall of 1250 metres overhanging a 15 degrees angle as an average from the vertical. Images recorded by Jose Naranjo in Baffin Island, Nunavut (Canadian Arctic) during the expedition to Akshayuk Pass - 2008.
Preparation of the dogsleds in which they would take the expeditionaries Jose Naranjo and Ingrid Ortlieb from the Inuit population of Qikiqtarjuaq to the starting point to the Akshayuk Pass expedition with skis.
The Akshayuk Pass is a pass between breathtaking mountains that connects the town of Qikiqtarjuaq with Pangnirtung that is located in the
Cumberland peninsula. Both towns are located on the big Baffin Island in the Canadian province of Nunavut.
Images recorded by José Naranjo during the Akshayuk Pass 2008 expedition.
The world first ski croosing of the Baltic Sea through the icebrakers route from Finland to Sweden realized by Jose Naranjo, director of Arctic World and Jose Mijares.
In this video there are falls to the water, almost run over by boat icebraker, jumps on tempanos and funny moments.