Here are just a few. Trip on weekend was awesome. We sledded in to an old gold mine that was shut down in 1968. Her are just a few pictures. Temp was about -18c to -30c all weekend. Very cold, but lots and lots of snow.
According to the goverment, you can take what ever you want. However the ice road that we took to get there is very narrow in places, and thus only small items can be taken. The total length of the trail is about 75 miles (one direction), plus another 40 by truck.
I took some core samples.
Back in the 60's clean up was not necessary (like it is today). The orginal company "Discovery Mine" has since gone bankrupt. Newer Mines like BHP and Diavik are required to pay the goverment for cleanup cost as they operate to prevent this from happening again. It is sad, however it is also a peice of history that was cool to experience.
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