ALARC Ice Dive
Frigid temperatures didn’t keep hundreds of people from jumping into a very cold Lake Minnetonka this morning as part of a New Year’s Day tradition called the ALARC Ice Dive. More than 700 people took park in Thursday morning’s dive.
It may have been cold, but it was still a good morning for many to take a swim, as Minnesotans took part in the 24th ALARC Ice Dive. The annual New Year’s Day tradition took place at Lake Minnetonka, where morning temperatures were below zero degrees.
Almost 800 people from around the U.S. and world plunged into chilly Lake Minnetonka to welcome the New Year.
If you’re looking for something different to do on New Year’s Day, there’s always the option of chilling your bones at the annual ice dive in Lake Minnetonka.
A new major charity is joining the New Year’s Day ice dive in Excelsior.