Thanks to YouTuber WeRmudfun you can get up close and personal with Maine's Ice Caves with just a click of the mouse.

The ice caves are near Millinocket. The trail to the ice caves is just over 1 mile and is lined with tall pine trees and large glacial rocks covered in moss. The caves are a pile of heavy boulders that were naturally formed by glaciers during the last ice age. The Nature Conservancy has installed metal rings for assistance climbing down into the cave. When you start to get deep in the caves, the temperature drops rapidly. During the spring and summer, the ice coating the walls of the caves start to melts and form icicles. From the large main room. Those who have been in the ice caves suggest you bring warm clothing as it's like being in a freezer..