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How to build an igloo
Mark St George_Rex Features
A boy and his igloo in Brandshatch, Kent
Step 1: Choosing the site and checking the snow for depth
Choose a site that has deep enough snow (at least a metre or more), with enough space and not prone to natural hazards such as avalanches. An igloo big enough for two or three people should have a radius of about 130cm. Measure this accurately by planting a ski pole in what will be the middle of your igloo, then place the wrist strap of your other pole over it and use it to mark out an accurate circle in the snow.