Two Professors Revisit the Noatak River 35 Years Later
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The Noatak, from The Muir Project, showcases a friendship catalyzed by a love of rivers. Thirty-five years ago, two friends paddled the Noatak River and afterwards had no intentions of ever returning. Now, with over 30 trips sharing a canoe together, they revisit their old acquaintance, the Noatak. When evaluating their decision to return, Tip says “I just like how I feel when I'm out here.” That feeling is something we can all relate to. Follow more from filmmakers The Muir Project here.