So far our beloved earth is the only place where humans can sustain as it has everything in perfect bearable proportion for us. However, it has also examples showing the extent of nature when it gets extreme. Some parts are sizzling hot, and some are jaw breaking cold. In the compilation below we introduce you with the places those are too cool to handle. Have a look!
10. Rogers Pass – Montana, USA
Staying at a heavenly height of more than five thousand feet from sea level, Roger Pass has every reason to be this cold. It is situated at the continental divide in the United States. It witnessed the coldest figure in the United States other than Alaska. The place holds the record of -70 degree F temperature on January, 1954.
9. Fort Selkirk – Yukon, Canada
This extremely cold part is really difficult to reach. In fact, it was almost isolated during 50s due to the unbearable cold wave. However, the place has started being communicated; but definitely too far away of the mainstream pattern. Visitors come here through air, or water path. It holds record of -74 degree F in January.
8. Stanley, Idaho, USA
If you say the contemporary world is currently facing the extreme threat of increasing population, then the above place will shut your mouth. Believe it or not, but the total population is below seventy. Temperature gets uncompromising low during winter. It holds lowest temperature of minus fifty-five during Decembers.
7. Prospect Creek, Alaska, USA
The place witnessed some population during the pipeline project in 70s. However, the place is extremely lonely as the project finishes. It’s just impossible for anyone to keep up life in this staggering cold. -15F temperature is quite a common case here. However, the place holds the record of -80F in January 1971.
6. North Ice – Greenland
Civilization is too far away of the place. Moreover, the place is a research destination. Undoubtedly, this is one of the places to experience the real bone cracking cold. The place holds record of -87F minimal temperature during winters. The inland ice of Greenland was a research destination.