When we sat down to plan AJ11, the winter issue of Adventure Journal, the topic of the cover came up early. What story best expressed winter adventure—attempting to be the first up K2 in winter? expedition ice skating in Alaska? the boom in private owners buying Tucker Sno-Cats to access the backcountry? Nope. It was an easy choice: Geoff Coombs’s spectacular portfolio of freediving shot under the ice of Lake Huron. I mean, seriously, wow.

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Steve Casimiro is the editor of Adventure Journal. Follow him on Instagram at @stevecasimiro.