Presumably on August 19th 1994, Chris McCandless, or as he called himself Alexander Supertramp, died after 113 days in the wilderness of Alaska. In these 113 days, he fed on what he could gather and hunt. Chris’s experiences became known through the book of Jon Krakauer’s Into the Wild and the film Into the Wild.
Twenty-three years later I went out to follow his tracks and commemorate him.
I went out to follow the Stampede Trail, which led Chris into the wilderness, as far as possible with my motorbike, to pitch up my tent there and remind me that a young man went out to follow his dreams and starved to death.