See Why Backcountry Ice Skating Is the Ultimate Winter Adventure | Short Film Showcase

Race across lakes, glacial lagoons, and ice caves in this backcountry skating adventure. Like a frozen fantasy, the skaters glide through the untouched wilderness of Alaska’s most stunning landscapes: Kenai Lake, the Portage Lagoons, Turnagain Arm, Wasilla Lake, Sheridan Glacier, Byron Glacier, and Portage Glacier.
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Joined by Nordic bladers, hockey players, and figure skaters, Paxson Woelber and Cale Green filmed this piece over the course of two Alaskan winters. Learn more about the film and the safety precautions that were taken here: http://winterbear.com/films/wild-ice-backcountry-skating-alaska/

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