Arctic Extreme Expedition 2017 – Relive the Journey!

Starting February 1st 2017, Ray Zahab (CAN) and Stefano Gregoretti (ITA) embarked on an ambitious expedition to three separate regions of the Canadian North. The goal was to traverse each of these three diverse regions under human power, each requiring a different set of skills and training! The journey would take them close to 1,000km across the frozen north, where …

Arctic2Atacama.com Relive the Journey!

In February 2016, Ray Zahab (CAN), Jen Segger (CAN) and Stefano Gregoretti (Italy) set out on a unique and challenging expedition that spanned 100 degrees celsius on the thermometer. The team journeyed from -50°C (-58F) to +50°C (120F) over 1,500km, on mountain bikes and foot, crossing both Baffin Island in Canadian winter, and the Atacama Desert in Chilean summer. » …

Patagonia Crossing 2015 – Relive the Journey!

In January 2015, myself, Ryan Grant and Stefano Gregoretti ran over 1,000kms/620 miles across the Patagonian Desert- one of the most remote and extreme deserts on Earth. The Patagonian Desert is the largest of the 40° parallel and is a large cold winter desert, where the temperature rarely exceeds 12 °C and averages just 3 °C. The team traversed the …

i2Pbaffin.com Relive the Journey!

March 6th to March 16th 2014, myself (my 4th crossing!) along with friends Ferg Hawke, Stefano Gregoretti and Ryan Grant spent ten days in Canada’s Arctic on an unsupported crossing of the Akshayuk Pass (the run was 48 hours, the other 8 days involved filming & learning in Arctic communities) and visited with old and new friends! » Visit: i2Pbaffin.com

i2PLostCoast.com Relive the Journey!

For the 10th stage of the impossible2Possible World Expedition Series a Youth Ambassador team ventured to a remote and unforgiving region of the planet that is known for its majestic beauty. The Lost Coast is the most undeveloped region of the California coast. The combination of beauty and rugged terrain was an incredible setting for the i2P youth ambassador team …

i2Patacama.com Relive the Journey!

The i2P youth team will re-trace part of Ray’s expedition and run an average of a marathon per day for six consecutive days! The challenge will test their perseverance, resiliency, and dedication while they Educate, Inspire, and Empower thousands of students around the world! The theme of the Spring 2014 i2P youth expedition to Chile’s Atacama Desert is the “Origins …

Expedition Gobi Desert 2013 Relive the Journey!

Beginning June 23, Ray ran 2,000+km across Mongolia and the Gobi Desert!!! Mongolia is the least densely populated country on earth, and is also the world’s second-largest landlocked country. The expedition had a goal of filming and photographing the expedition for an upcoming archive available to students, to experience, share and learn about the culture of the nomadic people- the …

i2P Expedition Utah Site Relive the Journey!

» Visit: i2PUtah.com From May 12-19, 2013, impossible2Possible (i2P) is hosting an expedition to the state of Utah, which will combine a team of world-class adventurers with Youth Ambassadors. They will run upwards of a marathon per day, joining educators and scientists to study “Earth Science and the Rise of Dinosaurs“! Live video conferencing, live website will bring the expedition …

Expreso de los Andes 2012: What an Adventure!

i2P Expreso de los Andes Expedition featured a 3-tier challenge with a purpose of educating, inspiring and empowering administrators, teachers and students to take on a Health & Physical Activity Challenge. Ray Zahab and Kevin Vallely attempted to run approx 1,700km across the South American continent from Concon, Chile to Buenos Aires, Argentina. Joining them in the final non-stop stretch …

2011 i2P Expedition India: Expedition Completed!

i2P Youth Ambassadors Emma Cook-Clarke, Jessica Kenny, Harshveer Singh Saluja, and Patrick Doughty travelled to India and embarked on their epic expedition across the Thar Desert, running 270km in 7 days, connecting with classrooms around the globe and learning about a captivating curriculum on World Health! Check out the website here: india2011.com