Alaska-Yukon Expedition: Andrew Will Take Your Questions Now…


Adventurer Andrew Skurka has now been skiing, snowshoeing, and trekking for almost two months of his 4,700-mile expedition through Alaska and the Yukon. When he's done in October, he will have crossed through six
U.S. national parks and two Canadian national
parks, floated some of North America's wildest rivers, and hiked the Alaska and Brooks Ranges.

Yes, we are jealous, but we also wonder how he pulls it off?

Andrew travels ultralight with just the pack on his back, carrying all the supplies and food he will need until he reaches the next town or village. His devoted mother mails him resupply packages, including food, maps, and additional gear for the changing seasons—which is no small feat in organization and his mom definitely deserves some serious recognition her vital support.

For the past few weeks, Andrew has been in the wilderness, but he'll be back in civilization on Friday and has offered to answer any questions you might have about staging an expedition, gear secrets, packing tips, navigation pointers, or whatever. Here's your chance—post your questions below!

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