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Life on two skis

In her very first book, the adventure filmmaker tells us about her remarkable journeys over the past few years.

 

By Florence Breton

Crossing the Antarctic Peninsula, one of the last unexplored regions of the Earth, crossing the Yukon River from Whitehorse to the Bering Sea by canoe, running an ultramarathon in the far north of Quebec: Caroline Côté thrives on superhuman expeditions with teammates from all walks of life.

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Caroline Côté: going beyond your limits, camera in hand

In her very first book, the adventure filmmaker tells us about her remarkable journeys over the past few years.

 

​ By Florence Breton

Crossing the Antarctic Peninsula, one of the last unexplored regions of the Earth, crossing the Yukon River from Whitehorse to the Bering Sea by canoe, running an ultramarathon in the far north of Quebec: Caroline Côté thrives on superhuman expeditions with teammates from all walks of life.

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Caroline Côté  : the call of adventure 

Childhood in the suburbs, university studies, work from 9 to 5, a stable romantic relationship with, as a self-proclaimed perspective, marriage, children and the dog… In the middle of the story, Caroline Côté however branched off from this traditional model for "  go look for another part of herself  ". It is this change that led the adventure filmmaker / adventurer / ultra-marathon runner to travel to Antarctica, paddle the Yukon River or cross much of Quebec on her own.

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"  It happened ... when I braved Antarctica  "

Snow, glaciers and mountains as far as the eye can see. In this polar landscape riddled with peaks and crevasses, adventure filmmaker Caroline Côté has discovered the deep meaning of solidarity.  : "  It is in adversity that we get to know each other.  The cold creates bonds  !  "

The genesis of an adventure

Thirty days in the Antarctic Peninsula to discover one of the last unexplored regions of the world. The perfect opportunity for this photographer-adventurer, who was taking her first steps in the documentary. It was there 

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Nunavik: 100 km at a run

GUILLAUME ROY

Posted on August 16, 2017  

 

​ Four women will run 100  km in five days of running in Kuururjuaq National Park, which includes part of the Torngat Mountains, in Nunavik, from 13  next august. Their goal  ? Promote Inuit culture by producing a documentary on the expedition and encourage women to surpass themselves.

"There is something electrifying in the region of the Torngat Mountains, which recalls the spirits of the earth", immediately launches Caroline Côté, the adventure filmmaker and runner at the origin of the Qamaniq expedition, a term meaning "where the river widens".