They climbed Mount Logan and they rode the East ridge. Mount Logan is the highest peak in Canada and the second highest peak in North America. To reach the summit, Helias Millerioux, Alexandre Marchesseau, Thomas Delfino had a long journey. They started from the ocean to finish at the ocean, climbing Mount Logan self-supported.
It took them 48 days, 250km of touring, 3800m of ascent, a first ride of the east ridge, with skis, a monoski and snowboard, finishing with a 400km trip down the Copper River.