In the last century, fewer than 150 people have made it on foot to the North Pole. By comparison, 77 people summited Mt. Everest on May 22, 2008 alone. For over two months in 2009, two men embarked on a dramatic expedition traveling over 400 miles on foot to the top of the world. Facing harsh temperatures to -50 degrees, INTO THE COLD is a bone-chilling story of true bravery, incredible courage and unrelenting determination.
Rarely caught on film, this dramatic expedition to the North Pole was captured in visually stunning high definition. Hailed by critics as inspirational and riveting filmmaking, world renowned adventurers Sebastian Copeland and Keith Heger tackled the “Everest of Polar Expeditions”—the toughest on Earth—to retrace and commemorate the centennial of Robert E. Peary’s successful April 1909 expedition.