How to Avoid Getting Frostbite!

Frostbite is a scary word. There.  We’ve said it “frostbite.”  Since you don’t see many Canadians with black noses and fingers, it’s obviously pretty easy to prevent frostbite. 

Frostbite is most common on the fingers, toes, nose, ears, cheeks and chin. Here are tips to help you stay safe and warm.

All of this sounds pretty scary but people have successfully lived and enjoyed the outdoors in cold climates for a long time. If you prepare, dress appropriately and know your limits then you will have a wonderful and memorable vacation.

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