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Major Carolina Rivers Expedition Set to Begin April 29
Explorer Julian Monroe Fisher's many travels have taken him to some of the most remote places on the planet where he has had the opportunity to observe indigenous cultures and map little-known landscapes. But with his next project he wants to show that you don't have to go to the ends of the Earth to be an explorer. In fact, you can find plenty... Read more

 

Carolina Rivers Expedition Launching in Transylvania County

Carolina Rivers ExpeditionHeadwaters Outfitters in Rosman NC, is excited to announce their sponsorship of Carolina Rivers, a program on Education and Preservation through Exploration of rivers in North and South Carolina. Read more...

         

Highland Brewing Co. is sponsoring Carolina Rivers and the host site for the Reel Paddle Film Festival, which starts at 6 p.m. Thursday at the brewery, 12 Old Charlotte Highway. Reel Paddle is a film contest awarding winning films in 10 outdoor adventure categories. Read more...

 

In July 2013 ‘National Geographic Magazine’ highlighted expedition leader Julian Monroe Fisher's work in Africa establishing ‘The Sir Samuel and Lady Florence Baker Historical Trail (www.thebakertrail.org ), the first ‘thru hiking trail’ on the African continent. Read more...

 

Coming Soon: New Trail Set To Trace Historic Explorer's Route from South Sudan to Uganda. Fans of the T+L Hiking Guide who've already completed the Appalachian Trail, the pilgrimage to Santiago, or the climb to Machu Picchu will soon have another path to traverse Read more...

         

The explorations of Julian Monroe Fisher have been featured in numerous articles on the adventure blog, to include the Baker Trail in South Sudan and Uganda. Read more...

 

Most recently Monroe has been in South Sudan and Uganda gathering content for a new film series with OutWildTv.com. Here is a link to that documentary film series which is currently in production. Read more...

 

More media about the Expedition leader Julian Monroe Fisher can be found at the website for the Great African Expedition as well as on the media page of his personal website.

 
 

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