A Walk Inside An Alaskan Ice Cave

Formed when a flowing stream moves beneath a glacier or snowfield and carves a kind of tunnel, ice caves are rare specimens of the beauty of nature. When the melted water freezes again, the channel is often preserved as a narrow cave.

One such ice car, located in Paxson, Alaska has been unveiled in this clip by @johnderting, an adventurer and videographer from Alaska.

Riva Surana

Graduating Highschool, Riva is on her way to college to study Media. Besides reading and writing, she is into reading novels, social work and fashion.

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