A father and Son Adventure
On July 28, Jamie and Khobe Clarke will set out on an adventure to motorbike across Mongolia - (what some may call “an Instagrammable trip of a lifetime”) - but will disconnect from their devices in the hopes of re-connecting with the wilds of the planet and with each other. How will their perceptions and relationships with technology (and each other) change as they venture across desolate landscapes in one of the most sparsely populated and traditional regions of the world?
Expedition/Life is the latest adventure in Jamie Clarke's adventuresome career.
Jamie has summited Everest twice (having previously been turned back by weather twice within sight of the top). He has scaled all Seven Summits, crossed the Empty Quarter on a camel and climbed untold peaks closer to home.
Now, at 51, it’s time to take on his latest challenge — a motorcycle ride across Mongolia with his 18-year-old son, Khobe.
Expedition.Life is the brainchild of Canadian explorer and ‘activity activist’ Jamie Clarke. Its purpose is to encourage everyone to spend more time outdoors and less time on digital devices. He believes that if society can reset the balance, we’ll all be healthier — physically and mentally.
Jamie Clarke is a natural born explorer. He grew up in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, Canada and fell in love with the outdoors at an early age. In his teens, he was a competitive cross-country ski phenomenon, enjoying success on the national stage. Soon though, he had his eyes set on higher things.