Waiting for the perfect shot. Cameraman @trentellis hiked high into the Silver Bow cliffs to capture a time-lapse of the offshore wind pushing a crack in the ice apart for the show Bering Sea Gold 🎥 . . Share your adventures with us. Tag @canadagoose in your post.
#GoosePerson Laurie Skreslet became the first Canadian to summit Mt. Everest in 1982. This month, he embarked on new territory: he conquered Mt. Fuji for the first time, alongside Canada Goose CEO Dani Reiss. Standing at 3,776 meters or 12,388 feet tall, it took them 11 hours to complete the journey. When’s the last time you challenged yourself to reach new heights? . . 📸 by @raishizuno
When temperatures hit -17 Celsius in Bluff, Alaska, cameraman @trentellis prevented his camera batteries from freezing by carrying them in the pockets of his Snow Mantra Parka 🎥. . . Share your adventures with us! Tag @canadagoose in your posts.
The Benedict Vest: Taking inspiration from our Constable Parka (swipe ➡️), which was designed for police units in unforgiving environments, our lightweight Benedict Vest pays homage to the function-first heritage that's synonymous with Canada Goose. Shop now via 🔗 in bio.
The Kinley Parka: Inspired by the classic silhouette of our Kensington design (swipe ➡️), our new Kinley Parka is updated with a cinched waist & a snorkel hood to hold essential warmth close to the body. Shop now via 🔗 in bio.
🐾 @justine_gosling recently spotted the footprints of a baby polar bear on the frozen ice in Baffin Bay. Have you seen a polar bear up close? . . Share your adventures with us! Tag @canadagoose in your post.
"Depending on the wind and currents, huge cracks open and close in the ice right before your eyes. The tides lifts and lowers the ice. It melts, refreezes, and the colours change with the light. The view was never the same on the next visit... even hours later," says @justine_gosling, who recently spent a week living on the ice at Sirmilik National Park. . . Share your adventures with us! Tag @canadagoose in your posts.
900,000 seeds. One mountain on a remote island in the Arctic. Since Richard Christiansen's recent visit, the Svalbard Global Seed Vault has been making front page news. With temperatures steadily rising, the permafrost recently melted causing flooding in the entrance of the tunnel. Thankfully, the seeds are ok 👌🏻#AdventureToTheNorthPole#OnTopOfTheWorldWithRichard