HOW TO SURVIVE IN ALASKA Seventeen of the highest mountains of the United States are in Alaska, for this reason, every year many people depart to ski on the snowy mountains of Alaska. Every year more than 1 million tourists visit Alaska and more than 500 disappear. The temperatures on the mountains of Alaska can reach minus 60 degrees (140 °F). Always keep on hand a watch to check the time, in Alaska in the summer there are about 24 hours of light. Do not venture into these places during the winter, in addition to the strong...
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