Meet Eliott Schonfeld

He has been exploring the wilderness of the Earth all on his own, and it changed his vision of the world. Meet Eliott Schonfeld-Aventurier.

07/30/2019 3:18 PM


  • SudharsanChakra D.
    12/10/2019 17:33

    Invading the bears space and attacking them makes you look like an asshole

  • Maytal R.
    11/23/2019 08:48

    ho ×24

  • Sami R.
    11/22/2019 08:39

    you gotta watch the whole thing

  • Ana T.
    11/11/2019 09:09


  • Hector B.
    11/04/2019 15:17

    I'm more interested in his ways to survive.

  • Fran T.
    11/03/2019 11:43


  • Yvette R.
    11/03/2019 09:02

    Jason Van Engelen bet this happened all the time

  • Teo T.
    11/01/2019 01:36

    ich sag’s dir genau so ^^

  • Ann W.
    10/31/2019 20:41


  • Monica S.
    10/31/2019 19:44


  • Christine T.
    10/31/2019 13:16

    Sorry but. Where were you? Where and what did you wear ? Spelling matters.

  • Patty S.
    10/31/2019 11:42

    A bear will get you one day. Be careful have fun

  • Rosamund C.
    10/31/2019 08:47

    Interesting his travels but what is he actually doing to protect the natural world or stop the system we currently have? Seems more like a personal goal than anything.

  • Itachi D.
    10/30/2019 23:12

    *you saw a big bear sacking your camp* Dude: stop right there.. you have committed crimes against skyrim and her people. What say you in your defence? *bear growls and runs toward you* Dude: NEVA SHUD HAV KAM HERE!!!

  • Sam R.
    10/30/2019 20:06

    How was it funded?

  • Gustavo H.
    10/30/2019 19:06

    Hahaha he screams in french!

  • Arleen C.
    10/30/2019 18:50

    Was he really alone? Who took all the videos?

  • Marine D.
    10/30/2019 17:15

    prochaine étape : fin fond de l’Alaska !!! 🏕 🐻

  • Diane E.
    10/30/2019 17:05

    Did he become a hunter, gatherer? Interested to know how he survived. Hiking alone in the wilderness can be dangerous.

  • Bonnie E.
    10/30/2019 16:58

    It's very interesting to see this article and I applaud this fellow for embracing the wild. Just yesterday I was thinking very deeply about how removed from nature most of us are. I bet the bulk of the kids in the city haven't even been out and about into the nearby (spectacular) mountains. How much do they know about it? How can we as humans possibly understand what we are doing to destroy our environment when we don't understand it, or know much about it and how important and wonderful it is. I also think that as humans when we are removed from nature and the environs we have some disconnect with an important part of ourselves and we are constantly looking for that completeness through purchasing more and more and doing more and more within the confines of our city/modern life.