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In 2013 a team of 10 will head to the icy waters of Greenland in a world first: to paddle up the Sermilik Fjord in a bid to reach the Helheim Glacier. They will have to navigate around huge icebergs and avoid deadly Polar Bears along the way.See how we are going to do it!
Over the next year we will be supporting Momentum - Curing Bowel Cancer, The Canals & River Trust and Developement Through Sport to help increase awareness for these charities and raise vital funds.Read all about the charities
The project will support the Canals & River Trust, Momentum - Curing Bowel Cancer and Development Through Sport by holding fundraising events; get involved today.
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The Polar Bears & Paddleboards project will demonstrate how the world’s fastest growing water sport can be used to enjoy the rivers, canals, lakes and the coastline of Britain. Paddling in one of the most remote and extreme locations on the planet, we will endeavour to showcase how safe and accessible paddleboarding can be.
Polar Bears & Paddleboards is an exciting new project that will cover a number of community, social and environmental topics these include:
Over the duration of the project we will be organising a number of events and challenges in London and across the UK, these events will give people the opportunity to participate in paddleboarding and help to raise money for charities.
The highlight of the Polar Bears & Paddleboards project will be a group expedition to Greenland paddling 100Km through the Sermilik Fjord in August 2013. This stunning area of Greenland coastline is littered with icebergs that calve off the icecap at the head of the Fjord and is one of the best locations for viewing icebergs on the whole of the east coast of Greenland.
From the shores of Hawaii to the waterways of the UK, find out what makes Stand Up Paddleboarding such an exciting and accessible water-sport for people of all ages to enjoy.
A team of 10 will travel up the Sermilik Fjord, on the East coast of Greenland in an attempt to be the first people to use Stand Up Paddelboards to reach one of Greenland's largest glaciers - Helheim Glacier.
Over the duration of the project we will be organising events and challenges all over the UK which YOU will be able to get involved in and help raise vital finds for our amazing charities.