What is the most dangerous part of living in Alaska?
I don't know what is the most hazardous part however I will let you know a few perils I've had while living here the most recent 10 years.
Bears. Each late spring there are bears. I go berry picking and climbing frequently in the late spring and have run over many bears in my time. These bears have been frightened and taken off, but there's consistently the possibility surprising a bear or getting between a momma and her whelps
Getting lost. I went climbing with a gathering once and we went off trail. We wound up getting lost for a few hours, however fortunately we knew which bearing to go to get to a street. Becoming mixed up in Alaska is a big deal. Numerous climbers have vanished until the end of time. Gold country is a tremendous spot.
Torrential slides. For my purposes, to endure the cool dim Alaskan winters, I needed to get out in them. Skiing and snowboarding. I have seen and heard the roar of many torrential slides in my time, yet fortunately never verge on being in one. I went to every one of the classes about torrential slides and rehearsed "If all else fails, return home" Did you know the surface of snow is similarly pretty much as significant as the spot in recognizing torrential slide peril regions?
Earthquakes. We had many tremors in my time here. One that was 7 point something on the Richter scale. It caused loads of street harm and made things tumble off the walls, cupboards and so on yet cheerfully nobody kicked the bucket and there was insignificant underlying harm. However, there was a wave cautioning subsequently
This is my experience of perils living here in Gold country. I'm not exactly certain which one I would call the most risky.