In 1989, lifelong explorer Will Steger and five other men set out on a seven-month-long expedition to traverse 4,000 miles across the continent of Antarctica. Together, they were six men from six different countries on a mission to defend and protect Antarctica from the exploitation it faced. Almost 30 years later, Steger is still exploring. At 75, he sets out on a solo expedition to the Arctic Circle, where two stories unfold in parallel. One of a man seeking to preserve the human race by protecting the ice of Antarctica and another of a man married to the North, engaging in a love affair with the sky — seeking calm, rhythm, awareness, discipline and chasing inspiration once again.