National Geographic Offers an Ultimate Survival Alaska Sweepstakes

Ultimate Survival Alaska Sweepstakes

A scene from 'Ultimate Survival Alaska' (Photo by Brian Catalina Entertainment, LLC/Courtesy NatGeoTV)

National Geographic Channel’s Ultimate Survival Alaska Sweepstakes will give one lucky winner their own ultimate Alaska adventure. Kicking off on January 5, 2014 and running through March 9th, the Nat Geo contest is open to adults 21 and over who are legal residents of the 48 contiguous United States, Alaska, and the District of Columbia. The winner will receive a prize package valued at around $10,000 that includes:
– A six day, five night trip for two to Alaska led by Ultimate Survival Alaska cast member Dallas Seavey
– Activities may include dog mushing lessons, overnight camping under the stars, a snowshoe walk, cross-country skiing, and survival ‘MacGyver’ tricks and lessons
The Contest Details:
Starting Sunday, Jan. 5, and running 10 weeks to the season finale on Sunday, March 9, fans can enter the sweepstakes online at Each week during a new episode of the series, a unique keyword will be revealed on-screen. Correctly identifying and entering all nine keywords on the sweepstakes’ website will make viewers eligible to win a trip to Alaska for them and a guest.
More on Ultimate Survival Alaska (airing Sunday nights at 9pm):
Four teams. 2,000 miles. The ultimate wilderness. Ultimate Survival Alaska is back for a second season. Go off the grid with 12 survival experts on a 10-leg expedition in the brutal and dangerous Alaska terrain. The opponents’ only goal is to make it out alive using just the gear they can carry in their packs. Dropped in the middle of the Alaskan wilderness by bush plane, they have 60 hours to make their way to the finish point for that leg of the expedition. Using raw, mountain-man ingenuity, they’ll navigate through treacherous glaciated river valleys, barren ridgelines and high mountain peaks, battling hunger, hostile predators and perilous weather conditions along the way.
Source: National Geographic Channel
-Posted by Rebecca Murray

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