Photo: Who needs tracks set when you’re on the tundra?

By NUNATSIAQ NEWS

Members of Aniirajak, Iqaluit's new ski and adventure club, brave -33 C temperatures Jan. 24 for a cross-country trip on the windswept land outside of town. Iqaluit, enjoying a mild respite from the cold, will return to normal by Thursday when temperatures are expected to dip back down to -21 C, according to Environment Canada. (PHOTO BY STEVE DUCHARME)


Members of Aniirajak, Iqaluit’s new ski and adventure club, brave -33 C temperatures Jan. 24 for a cross-country trip on the windswept land outside of town. Iqaluit, enjoying a mild respite from the cold, will return to normal by Thursday when temperatures are expected to dip back down to -21 C, according to Environment Canada. (PHOTO BY STEVE DUCHARME)

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