Chris Bray and Clark Carter want to cross Victoria Island in the far Northern part of Canada. For this adventure trip both Australiens need more than good hiking shoes and a big backpack. They carefully designed a special cart which can carry the whole 200 kg of expedition luggage across 1000 kilometers of sharp rock, ice and snow and even through knee deep mud fields. At the beginning it looks like nothing could ever stop the PAC (=Paddleable Amphibious Cart) but the further they go the more problems appear:
They had to cut off the rear section of the PAC very early on the trip. (Of course they organized a plane to pick up their scrap metal later!) They discovered that the bulletproof Kevlar wheel covers were not as durable as they should be... and that was just the beginning.