Freediving under the ice of Georgian Bay


When Geoff Coombs crunches across the frozen surface of Georgian Bay, near Tobermory, Ont., he’s toting not just an auger and an axe, but a snorkel, a pair of 74-centimetre-long carbon fins and a single-minded desire: to dive under the ice.

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