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I grew up in Winnipeg (not as far north as Yellowknife, but we had our share of weather below -30°C) and now I live in New England. If I was about to spend significant time outdoors in Winnipeg in the severe cold, and I had an unlimited budget to buy clothing for it, here's what I would wear: A parka with a hood. Thigh-length if possible. Natural or ...


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According to the department in charge of taking care of french national roads near Paris, it is decided at a local scale according to weather forecast and conditions of road surface. There are 20 centers of intervention and maintenance in the Ile de France for national highways. In each center, the manager in charge of intervention decides whether deicing ...


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Economical and carefree option is usually when you travel by yourself. There is lots to see there in many places. You want to see all the major Waterfalls, do the Glacier walk, go hiking up some of the well marked hiking trails. do the boat ride on Lake Jakulsarlon ( home to 2 James Bond Movies). But taking tours to all those places might be quite ...


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As you only have limited time and it is likely a busy time in winter, I think prebooking tours at this time of year makes sense. But when I was there in September, a few years back, I waited till I was there and could book in one of the many offices. Whether regular buses or a rental car is suitable for you is more a matter of opinion and I do not answer ...


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Car vs. organised tour on your three categories. Economical: we can’t answer that. It depends which specific trips you’re planning and what kind of car you’d rent, among other things. If you gave us enough information to figure this out, you’d already know the answer yourself. Safe: also somewhat dependent on what you’re doing. In many cases being part of ...


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