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“What if…” Two words, that can lead to the best ideas. What if we would strap our splitboards and ski’s to a kayak? It started a couple of years ago with an idea, an idea that would keep coming back and so…

And so the four of us left for the Lyngen Alps, 300km above the Arctic circle, a two week journey with fully loaded kayaks, paddling through the fjords, looking for steep lines and hard to reach places.

When do you call a trip an expedition? How tough should it be and how far away do you have to get from civilisation? Just watch and be the judge…

Special thanks to Mirte van Dijk, Paul de Groot, Rens de Wild, Patagonia, The North Face, Visit Norway, Bjorns Kajakk and Taste Snowboard Magazine.

– White Adventure
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Colin Balke is a content editor for Splitboard.com who lives in Northern California. When not plucking away on a keyboard, he can be found splitboarding, camping, backpacking, or hanging out with family and friends.

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    Cbalke
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    “What if…” Two words, that can lead to the best ideas. What if we would strap our splitboards and ski’s to a kayak? It started a couple of years ago with an idea, an idea that would keep coming back and so…

    And so the four of us left for the Lyngen Alps, 300km above the Arctic circle, a two week journey with fully loaded kayaks, paddling through the fjords, looking for steep lines and hard to reach places.

    When do you call a trip an expedition? How tough should it be and how far away do you have to get from civilisation? Just watch and be the judge…

    Special thanks to Mirte van Dijk, Paul de Groot, Rens de Wild, Patagonia, The North Face, Visit Norway, Bjorns Kajakk and Taste Snowboard Magazine.

    – White Adventure
    – http://www.youtube.com/channel/

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    scoho
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    Wow that was rad! Snow cave looked pretty cozy. Some pretty sick lines right down to the ocean I like it. And fishing for your dinner to boot. Right arm!

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