Named one of the greatest living explorers and called “Canada’s Indiana Jones” by the Toronto Star, Adam Shoalts is a professional explorer and adventurer.
He is a fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographic Society and regular guest on Canadian television and radio, and has been featured in media around the world, including the BBC, CNN, CTV, CBC, and The Guardian. He has written two bestselling books: Alone Against the North (2015) and A History of Canada in Ten Maps (2017). Adam is currently pursuing a PhD from McMaster University, his dissertation combines his interests in geography, archaeology, anthropology, and history. ’s most recent expedition, a 4,000 km solo journey across the arctic from Old Crow, Yukon to Baker Lake, Nunavut is the subject of a forthcoming documentary.