An Espanola woman’s journey in the frozen reaches of Great Slave Lake has come to its conclusion.
Kielyn Marrone, one of two women contestants and the only Canadian on History channel’s survival series “Alone” ended up being the second runner-up. This year was the seventh season.
Marrone was competing against nine other survivalists for the $1 million grand prize up for grabs.
The contestants had to last 100 days alone in the Arctic to get the money.
Marrone made it to the 80-day mark.
By: Mike McDonald, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter