So this winter has been pretty terrible. Undoubtedly the worst of our lifetime here in the states. But how does it compare to Russia’s cold, brutal winter? One man gave us a horrifying glimpse at the Kamchatka Penninsula, located on the far eastern end of Russia.
Kamchatka’s basically a dark, snowy hell. The temperatures reach as low as −42 °F. They receive 110 inches of precipitation a year. To deal with the vast amount of snow, they create these wall tunnels on the road. They’re beyond frightening.