Mike Horn is globally recognized as the world’s greatest living explorer. From swimming the Amazon River solo and unsupported to an unmotorized circumnavigation of the globe at the equator, Mike’s list of accomplishments as a solo explorer is unparalleled. In two decades, he has seen more of the Earth than possibly any other human. He walked to the north pole during the dark season (more people have been to the moon) and has scaled the world’s 8,000 meter peaks, including a recent attempt to paraglide K2. “Pangaea” was born and in 2008 when Mike embarked on a four-expedition mission that served as a powerful platform from which young adults experienced and explored the natural world. Now he has several new projects on the horizon.