I believe the furthest north I have ever been was when I was in Edmonton, Alberta. Use Google Earth to help if you aren't sure as it shows the latitude.
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The farthest north I have ever been is Northern Labrador in Canada. Very cold and very desolate.
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The furthest north I have been in Rekjavik, Iceland. I landed there on a flight to Europe.
The furthest north I've ever been was around Marquette Michigan - not that far north, really.
Furthest northern latitude i've been to is northern Scotland, i think.
Wausau, Wisconsin. Used to go up there from Chicago almost every year for ski trips.
I've been a little further north than the north pole in Finland.
We went all the way to Sept-Isles once. It was a beautiful trip, as were the places in between. We met lovely people and would like to go back one day.
The furthest North I have been with my feet on the ground was to John O'Groats in Northern Scotland, actually almost the furthest northern point of the British Mainland.
Flying I have flown over central Greenland, but as my feet weren't on the ground I won't claim that one.
Prince George, British Columbia. I have a cousin who lives with his family in Yellowknife, Yukon, but as yet have been unable to visit. But if I went further north in Canada, that is where I would go.
Milwaukee, WI....it's where my husband is from. Before I met him, I had never been to the north!
Vermont and only because we made a wrong turn over a bridge. lol!
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