So you want to go to an ice cave? We thought so. It’s an amazing feeling, to have god knows-how-many meters of glacier above, to be inside a hole, hollowed out through the action of water and warmth of summer. Water streaming, ice refracting.
You can see ice caves all year round. Kind of. We never guarantee thats its possible to enter, since they are much more unstable in summer.
Winter is a completely different story. Come November, the temperatures drop, the ice stops moving and the caves become much more reliable. If our words cant persuade you, our pictures will. Shine a bright flashlight up and watch light play in the refraction