Contributing to MAFIC’s Scientific Expedition

We’re proud to support the Team of Mars Analogue Fumarole Interdisciplinary Collaboration (MAFIC), by providing high-performance protective cases for their next mission. The MAFIC plans to conduct a scientific research expedition at the Atacama Desert in Chile in April 2018. Part of their ongoing investigation of Mars analogues on the Earth is to inform on the interpretation of the data that is relayed from the rovers currently on the surface of Mars. The objective is to combine four different datasets…
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We’re looking for your next missions

Peli Missions - Maewan Adventure Base
We believe in living adventures, projects and missions to the fullest. In recent years, we’ve supported expeditions of all sorts – from ocean crossings and nature adventures to scientific voyages and humanitarian projects – with products that can be relied on, no matter how extreme the circumstances are. We would very much like to continue to support the missions we find most interesting, so we’re inviting facilitators from across Europe, the Middle East and Africa to share their proposals with…
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International Women’s Day: Celebrating exceptional achievements

Rowing the Pacific Ocean from San Francisco to Australia Or taking a 10.000 km Journey in a Volkswagen Split from France to the Arctic Circle via Norway – climbing the most vertiginous walls. Today it’s International Women’s Day and we’re celebrating the achievements of two Peli-sponsored expeditions composed by extraordinary women. One is led by passion for the sea, the other, by passion for the mountain. For both teams, Adventure runs through their veins. The Coxless Crew are a group…
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A trip to the Arctic: two young girls, Peli and a Dog

Adventure runs in the veins of Amélie Rousselet and Betsy Kieplinsky. Fascinated by the impossible, these two young girls chose to live by climbing the highest challenges. They met at the foot of a climbing route, and discovered their similar passions for sport, adventure and wildness. Earlier this year, they decided to start a 10.000 km journey to the Lofoten Islands in Norway, merging freedom, climbing and sensations. They’re supported by the best partners ever in their adventure: their dog Gaia…
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A life lived in the mountains: Sebastien Montaz

Probably, his unique perspective has a lot to do with the award-winning trajectory of his productions. Maybe it is because of the passion that impregnates each of his films, showing adventure and mountains the way he loves them. You may know Sebastien Montaz-Rosset for titles such as such as “I believe I can fly” with the skyliners, “T’es pas bien là” or “Downside Up” with Vivian Bruchez, “Dejame Vivir” or “Summits of my Life”, a project that follows Killian Jornet,…
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The Maewan expedition: A four year journey to unexplored territories of the planet

A trip around the world, with so many unaccessible territories to explore. A 37-foot aluminum sailboat, the Maewan. His capitain, Erwan Le Lann, and the internationally renowned athletes that will accompany him on this four-year trip. And, of course, Peli. The perfect partner in this adventure. Being a part of extreme expeditions is a tradition of Peli Products. “At Peli we are proud to sponsor expeditions like the Maewan, since their motivation to explore, search for adventures and test their…
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The Spanish Route on the Nameless Tower: The Attempt (by Pedro Cifuentes)

(…) The days before my scheduled flight to Islamabad were complicated due to the recent bombings and increased insecurity in Pakistan, which made some teams cancel their expeditions. The lack of insecurity I felt in the capital vanished when I reached Skardú. From that point I only met good and very good people. Good people and impressive mountains. Up to 3500m, right opposite you some giants of 6000m, makes you feel really tiny. It is like being in Vega de…
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The Spanish Route on the Nameless Tower: The Preparation (by Pedro Cifuentes)

It was not the first time I had abandoned a route. How could it be otherwise when I have been climbing around the world, maybe on some of the hardest walls, for the last 15 years? I have had to flee from some of them in the middle of Patagonian storms. From others, let’s just say it wasn’t the day. And from this one on the Nameless Tower, because what I saw puzzled me. Never, not even in my worst…
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9th Peli Mission: Disaster Tech Lab

Disaster Tech Lab is a non-profit organisation which provides rapid response communication networks for use in disaster relief and humanitarian aid work. Their networks and services help to connect responding organisations as well as affected communities. They also develop new technologies for use in disaster response work. Disaster Tech Labs has a pool of skilled and experienced volunteers which can be deployed in response to disasters across the globe. Currently they are available to deploy local and wide area wifi…
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7th Peli Mission: Coyote Rally Team – Maroc Challenge 2014

Enric Botet and the Coyote Rally Team are a group of Naval and Mechanical Engineering students from Barcelona. Driven by their enthusiasm and desire to see the world, they are registered in the Winter Edition of the Maroc Challenge 2014. This edition of the Maroc Challenge takes place this December. Starting from Almeria, Spain, and ending in Tangier, Morocco, it is an adventure that covers over 2,800 km through the mountains and desert terrain of northern Africa. This rally raid…
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