Over the Top - Rowing the Arctic's Northwest Passage

When it comes to amazing adventures there can be none more amazing than that of Matthew Clarke and Adam Antares Riley who this summer launched an attempt to be the first people to transverse 2,000 miles across the arctics Northwest Passage in a single season in rowing boats.
They couldn't find the perfect boat for this voyage, so decided to make them themselves from plywood. Sadly, Adam suffered an injury during the first half of the expedition so is now supporting Adam as he continues this amazing challenge.
You can follow the expedition on all social media, but Matty’s Instagram may be the best way during the rest of the row, which has a link to his tracker.