From the Crave Life YouTube Channel, Dmitry Kudryn and friends fly a Cessna 182 from the Wolf Lake Airstrip to frozen Lake George to explore an ice cave in the middle of the lake in Alaska backcountry.
Share this story
Join 110,000 readers each month and get the latest news and entertainment from the world of general aviation direct to your inbox, daily. Sign up here.
Nataliya Teslyuk says
Amazing trip and nature beauty. How is it possible to arrange such a visit with entering an ice cave? Thank you so much
Dean Bartlett says
I was stationed at Ft Richardson, (Bryant Army airfield), AK from1963 to 1966. They had a glacier right off the highway in Eklutna. After a short walk, we hit the glacier which contained a small ice cave. We used to visit this. That cave was very blue inside. A return trip in 2004 disclosed a changed glacial system due to global warming. We went back in for 25 miles looking for the glacier to no avail. A large lake ended the search. I cannot recall going to that glacier after the quake, but I’d guess the cave was no longer there.