This Beautiful Bar In New York Is Made Of Over 18,000 Pounds Of Crystal Clear Ice

Once all of the summer tourists leave the small towns surrounding the shores of Lake George, you’ll find that things get much quieter up this way as winter takes over. Some hotels, shops, and restaurants may close come the fall, but that doesn’t mean there still isn’t plenty of ways to stay busy up in the Adirondack Mountains during the off-season. Transforming a favorite resort into something even cooler, see why you’ll want to set aside a weekend to grab a drink from New York’s massive ice bar.

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If you’ve never been up north during the winter, check out this gorgeous aerial footage of the Sagamore’s previous Ice Bar Weekend!

Tell us in the comments if you’ve ever made up it to the Sagamore’s Ice Weekend! To discover more amazing winter activities, read about The Magical Rooftop In New York That Turns Into An Igloo Wonderland Each Winter.