John Denison and his crew waited for the coldest, darkest days of winter every year to set out to build a 325-mile road made of ice and snow, from Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories to a silver mine on Great Bear Lake, above the Arctic Circle. Denison's Ice Road is their story. Edith Iglauer was the first outsider ever to accompany them as they worked. This book, her chronicle of a grueling, fascinating journey through Canada's North, has sold over 20,000 copies since its first publication in 1974.
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