[Sust-mar] Expedition for the Earth: Iceland 2016 - Registration Open
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Wed Jan 6 14:20:41 EST 2016
The Nova Scotia Nature Trust is excited to announce the launch of the
second Expedition for the Earth: Iceland 2016. The Nature Trust has once
again teamed up with world renowned adventurer and mountaineer Wally Berg
of Berg Adventures International to put together an exciting itinerary
which will lead an intred group of travellers through the beautifully
remote Fjallabak Nature Reserve in Iceland. The goal of the expedition is
to raise funds and awareness to help to preserve land and wild spaces in
Nova Scotia, while challenging participants to explore special protected
areas in another part of the world on a guided adventure expedition.
Our Iceland 2016 Destination: Fjallabak Nature Reserve
Experience spectacular volcanic landscapes, inviting hot springs and the
wonder of one of earth’s most geologically active landscapes on this 7 day
journey through Iceland's Fjallabak Nature Reserve.
Isolated from all other landmasses, Iceland is a unique and interesting
place to explore. Challenge yourself and awaken your sense of discovery in
this unique, rugged landscape , all while helping to create new protected
areas in your own backyard by raising funds to protect wild spaces here in
For the adventure.
And the experience of a lifetime!
You’ve done the charity walks, marathons and relays. Take it to the next
level, with an unforgettable adventure expedition for charity. Experience
this spectacular protected area and raise funds to protect your own natural
legacy in Nova Scotia.
Full details are available on the Expedition website at
Registration for this exciting adventure is now open! Application is
available online at
For more information about the Expedition for the Earth, visit
www.expeditionfortheearth.ca or contact Allison Dubé or Magali Gregoire at
the Nova Scotia Nature Trust by email at expedition at nsnt.ca or by phone at
902 425 5263
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