Rare ice caves form on Lake Superior

In this Feb. 2, 2014 photo, icicles hang from the ceiling of a cave at Apostle Islands National Lakeshore in northern Wisconsin, which has been transformed into a dazzling display of ice sculptures by the arctic siege gripping the Upper Midwest. The caves are usually are accessible only by water, but Lake Superior’s rock-solid ice cover is letting people walk to them for the first time since 2009. (AP Photo/The Star Tribune, Brian Peterson)  MANDATORY CREDIT; ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS OUT; MAGS OUT; TWIN CITIES TV OUT ORG XMIT: MNMIT511
As the extreme winter weather continues midwest, hikers have came across a rare find: the spectacular ice caves. The ice caves that have been formed along the coast of Lake Superior. Hikers and visitors have been trekking a mile across the frozen water to view the dazzling sights. The ice caves were formed as lake water has seeped into cracks and frozen on the walls and ceilings.
To see the spectacular images view below: