Alaska-Yukon Expedition: Secrets to Surviving the Bitter Cold - National Geographic ADVENTURE

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The bitter temperatures (and my newfound respect for polar travelers who contend with even colder temperatures) was certainly the headline for my first four days, but there is a valuable lesson here: The importance of "staying in control" in such conditions.

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