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Surviving Alaska Winter

January 20, 2012

SAR volunteers cleared a landing zone and set off red smoke to signal a nearby helicopter participating in the training. Photo courtesy Alaska State Troopers, Seach and Rescue

Alaska Winter Hazards, from Cabin Fever to avalanches. Waking up in the morning with the conviction that mother nature wants you dead is never more plausible than in the midst of the cold, dark Alaska Winter. What it takes to survive on the next Hometown, Alaska.

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HOST: Peter Dunlap-Shohl

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Avalanche training Turnagain Arm. Photo courtesy Alaska State Troopers, Search and Rescue

Probe Line. Photo courtesy Alaska State Troopers, Search and Rescue

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