New Feature in IMPACT: The Land that does not melt

Back in April 2011, my husband, Paul Zizka, and I set off on a 5-day ski touring journey in Auyuittuq National Park on Baffin Island. A year and a half later, the story of our trip (my words, his photos) appeared in the November/December 2012 issue of IMPACT MAGAZINE! You can read the article in their digital issue (pages 40-43) or pick up a copy in Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Victoria and Red Deer.

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6 thoughts on “New Feature in IMPACT: The Land that does not melt

  1. hikingwithbarry says:

    The adventure sounds fascinating and I always enjoy reading your excellent prose accompanied by Paul’s magnificent photos. I will pick up a copy of the latest Impact magazine the next time I visit MEC. Congratulations for having your hard work published again and a special congratulations for the increased recognition your Banff Film Festival entry ‘Mountains in Motion’ will most certainly accumulate.

  2. Tom Nevesely says:

    Hi Meghan, I just read your article and thoroughly enjoyed it! It’s really nicely written and Paul’s images are fantastic. I hope to be able to visit Auyuittuq some day and see Mounts Thor and Asgard for myself.
    By the way, I’d also like to congratulate you and the entire crew on your Mountains In Motion film. After seeing the trailers and behind the scenes stuff other the past year on the website and on Facebook, my girlfriend and I finally saw the film on the “big screen” at the Banff Film Festival World Tour here in Calgary. We both really enjoyed the film! One of our favorites in fact! Everything from the time-lapse imagery to the story was outstanding. Really fine work!!!

    • Meghan J. Ward says:

      Thanks so much, Tom! I hope you can make it up to Auyuittuq someday as well. It is a really special place.

      Mountains in Motion (the full length version) is now also available online ( http://mountainsinmotion.ca/screening/) and on DVD/Blu-Ray ( http://mountainsinmotion.ca/order/). The version that showed on the World Tour was a special, shortened cut. I’m glad you liked that cut as well! We’ll be in Calgary tomorrow to present the film at one of the screenings.

      On 7 February 2013 12:05, Meghan J. Ward – outdoor, travel and adventure

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