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Skating on a once-in-a-decade ‘ice window’ in Alaska

Footage taken by an ice rescue instructor and his wife showed them skating on a rare “ice window” in Alaska’s Alpine lakes.

Luc Mehl, who is also an outdoor educator, said that weather conditions had allowed Rabbit Lake to freeze in a way that the ice became see-through because of an “unusually cold but dry transition into winter”.

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