Travelers may want to make a trip to the snowy tundra of Alaska before they head to the warm tundras of New Zealand and South America.
Here are 10 things to know about these winter destinations before you make your way to the South Pole.1.
The cold can be deadly for your healthIf you’ve never been to Alaska before, it can be an incredible and wild place.
But before you go, make sure you check out some of the best destinations around.
Here’s what to expect.1.)
Anchorage, AlaskaThe best way to get around the city is to use the metro or buses.
If you’re planning on staying at the Hilton Hotel, be sure to check in for a free breakfast every morning.2.)
St. Paul, MinnesotaFor those who can’t make it to the Twin Cities in person, St. Louis is an alternative.
While you can visit many of the historic sites here, you’ll probably want to consider staying at a hotel instead.3.)
Anchorage is a nice place to go for a visit and stay for a few daysIf you’re interested in taking in the Arctic Circle, but don’t want to spend a weekend there, Anchorage is your best bet.
The town is on the southern tip of the North Slope, and you can get a feel for the city by driving the bus.4.)
Baffin Island, AlaskaWhen the cold begins to bite, there are no fewer than nine ways to get out of town for the winter.
One is to fly the Alaska Airlines Alaska 737-800, which is an economical option.
There’s also a number of ferry services available, but the best option is to rent a car.5.)
New York CityOne of the first things you’ll notice about New York is the freezing cold.
The best way around is to check out the city’s winter weather app, which includes a map and forecasts.6.)
Glacier National ParkWhen the mercury reaches 30 degrees, the polar bear will begin to leave the park.
You can take a photo of the bear, and if you have a GPS, you can also use it to find your way out of the park and back home.7.)
Ketchikan, AlaskaWhile you’re not the only polar bear in Alaska, you won’t be the only one who loves the park in winter.
Here, you will find polar bears, moose, and polar bears.8.)
Mount McKinleyYou can enjoy the snowy, rocky beauty of Alaska for the duration of the winter by staying in a cabin, tent, or RV.
The most popular option is the Ketchiyak campground.9.)
Grand Teton National ParkThe majestic peaks of Grand T.C. stand out among the Arctic wilderness in the winter, so it’s no surprise that people come here to explore them.
From the Arctic to the Pacific, visitors can check out all the sights and sounds of the area.10.)
The Grand CanyonThe Grand Canyon, which encompasses the entire state of Arizona, is a great place to start your winter travel plans.
It is a perfect location for the most adventurous of adventurers to explore the Grand Canyon and get a sense of the beauty of this region.
Read moreTravel tips for winter travelThe cold is expected to continue through the end of November.
The National Weather Service has issued a “winter warning” for parts of North America and Canada and says the winter is expected “to be a bit of a bumpy ride.”
The agency also warns that winter can be extremely harsh, with high winds and snow, and there are potentially damaging storms in the works.
Here is what to look out for in the forecast for your area.1) Winter is a bit harsh in the U.S. but it’s not a big dealFor the U, the cold is forecast to continue for a bit longer than the national average.
The Northeast, Midwest, and South will get a little warmer, while some areas of the Midwest and the West will see a drop.
The colder the weather, the longer it takes for the snowpack to replenish and for the ice to melt.
In the winter months, there is a chance of more severe storms and extreme weather.2) Snow may begin to thaw in the springIf you haven’t seen any snow in your area yet, you may have just been too lazy to shovel.
This winter, the National Weather Services recommends that if you’re traveling with children, it’s important to have them accompany you on any winter travel.
In a few years, they’ll be able to dig into a snow shovel to shovel their own snow, too.3) Winter can be harsh and windy for the first few months of the yearThe cold starts to warm up in the first part of November, and this will lead to the accumulation of snow that starts to fall in the beginning of February.
In early February, the accumulation will start