Himalayan Stove Project World in 360 Himalayan Stove Project Nearly half of the world’s population cooks and heats their home on an open fire indoors with poor to no ventilation. The resulting Household Air Pollution (HAP) is responsible for over … Read More
The Beginning What I am doing now The Future My name is Milosz Pierwola and I am an explorer. While to some this may come easily, for me this has been an impossible task that I have refused to give … Read More
The Devil’s Path in the Catskills of New York is notorious for being difficult, so much so that Backpacker Magazine named it the “hardest day hike in the United States.” There are several reasons why it got this reputation, the … Read More
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Nestled under the jagged black peaks of Kluane National Park flows the wild Kathleen River. Its glowing turquoise waters pour out of a trap door hidden in a corner of Rainbow Lake, and it tumbles through with spectacular views that … Read More
“The light in the ocean is brighter than the light in the sky” These words echoed in my head as I floated towards a white textured wall infinite in every direction. I was weightless and could sense a gentle blue … Read More
Article also published at ModernHiker.com Suddenly, like electricity sparking in my muscle, my leg started to seize. My mind locked for a moment; it was not just a mental game now, my body was shutting down. The freezing wind across … Read More