Nicolas Vanier, a passionate explorer of the Great North, took on a bold challenge: to cross Siberia from east to west, from Lake Baikal to the Red Square in Moscow, with nothing more than a sled and ten dogs.
Together, they cross more than 8,000 kilometers of mountains, taiga and tundra, traveling 80 km per day in frigid temperatures of -50° to -60° centigrade, through one of the most inhospitable places on the planet.
In the immense Siberia region, Nicolas introduces us to welcoming people, breathtaking scenery and an untamed and utterly pure environment. This adventure, which sometimes borders on the dangerous, was only possible due to the perfect symbiosis and clear friendship between Nicolas and his team of dogs: Churchill, Gao, Yukon, Québec, Taran, Narsuack, Kurvik, Abache, Tchito and Harfang.
This expedition is much more than an athletic achievement; it is a dream come true and even more, an ode to nature.