It is a job only a few would dare. This year, four ice road truckers return from last season to join Arctic veterans as they venture 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle to drive the most isolated and dangerous ice roads in North America. They will be gunning their rigs, carrying up to 88,000 pounds over a highway made entirely of ice onto the Arctic Ocean- delivering vital materials to natural gas and mineral exploration sites. Although the latest innovations in technology have made it possible to search for the natural gas in this environment, the truckers will once again tackle titanic forces of nature. They will endure brutal minus 60-degree temperatures, white-outs, mechanical failures and blizzards to make it through the season.