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Evocative photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for five years

The ice caves of Apostle Islands, Wisconsin have been inaccessable since 2009, and as of recently, you can reach then for the first time in 5 years by hiking across a frozen Lake Superior. These photos from Instagram photographers show the beauty of this frozen wonderland of needle-like icicles. This is next on our list of places to explore.

Via Esquire

Revealing photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for 5 years
Revealing photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for 5 years
Revealing photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for 5 years
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Revealing photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for 5 years
Revealing photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for 5 years
Revealing photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for 5 years
Revealing photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for 5 years
Revealing photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for 5 years
Revealing photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for 5 years
Revealing photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for 5 years
Revealing photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for 5 years
Revealing photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for 5 years
Revealing photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for 5 years
Revealing photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for 5 years
Revealing photos of Lake Superior ice caves blocked for 5 years

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