City Weekend: Head to Mongolia for an Extreme Winter Adventure

Mongolia in winter is a massive deep freeze―probably the closest you will ever get to Antarctica. Nighttime temps dip down to -40 degrees Celsius. It’s a dry cold, but that hardly matters when the sharpest coldest wind you’ve ever felt slices right through all of your technologically sophisticated winter garments. Pure wool―layers and layers of it―is the only way to keep yourself from freezing into a solid block on the Mongolian plateau. Hopefully when you finish your dog sled trip you’ll leave with your nose, toes and earlobes intact. Some people don’t. To read the full article and view the photos, click hereHead to Mongolia for an Extreme Winter Adventure

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