Thinking about Alaska doesn't necessarily come along with swimming, beaches and bikinis. Usually you think about glaciers, snow and ice cold water. Well, you are not wrong thinking about ice and cold water, bu you can combine both: jumping in ice cold water and doing a polar plunge on a sunny day! Alaska in summer can have temperatures up to 80 Fahrenheit / 27 Celsius...
Maybe start with a mountain lake on a sunny day for a couple of laps, then jump into a glacially fed river to finish off with a polar plunge into a crystal clear pool on a glacier: This is Alaska!
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