Alaska-Yukon Expedition: See Andrew Skurka's Story in National Geogarphic Magazine - National Geographic ADVENTURE

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Wow, having read that you did 4,679 miles in Alaska and Yukon, I think that my husband can certainly achieve his 100 mile non-stop walk over the Pennines, England in July. He has been training week in week out and is struggling with the shear exhaustion at the minute of keeping going when the body is tired. Do you have any tips on how to keep the body going?

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Your post was absolutely inspirational, skiing, hiking and pack rafting can't be easy, my husband likes treking and has talked of his experiences, but this is great to have someone who can actually share them. Alaska must of been tough.

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That's kinda inspiring me to do more trekking.
He must have seen some fantastic sights.

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I likes adventurers.In days of summer tracking is best for us.You post adorable things in this article.

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I can imagine his panic when left alone in the wilderness with edgy animals.

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Alaska! it's so beautiful there!
but it changing worse because of the globle warming...

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Alaska! it's so beautiful there!
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I have already read about this guy Andrew in the website named as "Coldsplinters"...And in that site i found the link of this website....Andrew is a brave guy to do such a long hiking and trekking....

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Wow what a great post .I love this site.Adventure is really nice experience.You share your experience with us.I am so glad to see this.

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If elected, he said, he would "serve no one religion, no one group, no one cause and no one interest.

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Geogarphic ???

a typo not only in the headline, but in your name - ouch!

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I can imagine his panic when left alone in the wilderness with edgy animals. What a great interview and I can totally relate to the last sentence.

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An excellent, thoughtful interview. What a relief from the usual hype. This is the real deal. Roman's quote is a keeper.

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It really makes me feel better after my own humbling experiences here in Alaska to see an great hiker feel exactly like I did when I faced this extreme wilderness.

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