Our beautiful planet is home to amazingly diverse habitats in which peculiar life forms of the strangest variety go on about their lives one generation after another. Planet Earth is known to harbor life throughout its entirety, being a hospitable place for the creatures inhabiting it, including humans. This being said, the weather can get a bit too hot or cold sometimes, especially at the Poles and across the Equator.
Over the next few minutes, we will take a virtual trip across the world’s coolest places, in search of THE coldest place on planet Earth. Interestingly enough, we’ll soon find out that no matter how hot or cold the weather can get in some places, there are still people out there calling them ‘home’.
10Rogers Pass – Montana, USA
More than 5,000 feet above sea level, Rogers Pass is situated on the continental divide in the U.S. state of Montana. Although not home to any large population centers, Rogers Pass does have a few inhabitants. What’s interesting about this particular place is that it holds the record for coldest temperature ever recorded in the United States outside of Alaska. The all-time low temperature of -70 degrees Fahrenheit (-57 Celsius) was recorded on January 20, 1954.