Yukon, North of Ordinary

Climbing Mount Logan (twice!) for science

November 07, 2022 Alison Criscitiello Season 5 Episode 1
Yukon, North of Ordinary
Climbing Mount Logan (twice!) for science
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As an ice-core scientist, Alison Criscitiello studies ancient ice for clues about our climate, at the Canadian Ice Core Lab at the University of Alberta. As a high-altitude mountaineer, she climbs mountains all over the world. In the highest risk, highest reward expedition she has ever planned, the National Geographic Explorer heads to Mount Logan in search of potentially 30,000 year-old ice. As it turns out, summiting Canada's highest peak was only the start of the challenge ahead. 

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