Highway made of ice takes motorists across frozen lake in U.S.
There’s a temporary 37-mile highway made of ice in the U.S. state of Minnesota that takes motorists across a frozen lake in the U.S. to their favorite ice fishing spot. Called the “Ice Highway,” it brings motorists to the northernmost point in the U.S.
The Ice Highway was created last winter when the U.S.-Canada border was closed for the pandemic. The temporary ice road leads to the Northwest Angle, known for its ice fishing resorts.