"There is nothing practical whatsoever about this expedition: we have no ambitions to make history, plant flags, claim territory, collect specimens, chart maps, win fame, or curry the favours of kings and queens. We are simply here to study the contours of cold, and apprentice ourselves to wildness along the way. The goal is something like sublimation, ice loosed straight to sky."

—Kate Harris, The Contours of Cold


Cracking up—possibly in more ways than one—in Tibet.

Cracking up—possibly in more ways than one—in Tibet.

HAPPENINGS & HIGHLIGHTS

+ One of 33 "audacious Canadians" profiled in new book, Glorious & Free, The Canadians
+ Cover story on Borderski in The Explorers Journal
+ Interviewed by Guernica Magazine
+ Panelist at the 2016 Banff Mountain Film & Book Festival
+ Profiled in new documentary film, The Art of Wild
Borderski film teaser featured on Outside
+ "Notables" nod in Best American Travel Writing 2015
+ Named one of Canada's top 100 modern-day explorers
+ Featured on Outside.com and in VOGUE Germany
+ Winner of $10,000 Pearlman Award for Borderski
+ "Notables" nod in Best American Essays 2013
+ Named one of Canada's top 10 adventurers by Explore
+ Winner of Ellen Meloy Desert Writers Award