An expedition guide and his team travel 200 miles over crevasses and alongside glaciers in this untouched region of Juneau.
There are very few ways to travel across an Alaskan icefield. Follow one man and his research team as they ski 200 miles over crevasses and alongside glaciers in this untouched region of Juneau.
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