'GMA' Goes Beneath the Ice in Iceland

Amy Robach takes you on a journey to a place only the most elite ice climbers have ventured.
2:36 | 01/05/16

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Now to Amy in Iceland right now. We sent her on an amazing journey to the land of fire and ice. Ginger explored the fire last year. Now Amy you're there to see the ice. Amy. Right now I am here at this incredible natural geothermal spa called the blue lagoon. While it's beautiful the real reason we're here is to show you how you can see the impact of climate change on a massive scale. The glaciers here in Iceland. Look at this. We're just getting inside that crater. Hovering mere feet over 2,000-degree lava. Oh, my gosh. Last year we made TV history peering inside the heart of an erupting volcano in Iceland. 2100 degrees and that lava feel is the size of n.nhatta Yes. Scaling Iceland's largest glacier, ginger and her team setting up shop just one mile away from this forbidding wonderland getting a spectacular view where no man has gone before. Did you just see that? The chunks of ash falling off the side? While ginger brought the heat, now it's my turn to cool things down. Today I'm venturing back to the land of fire and ice, Iceland is home to natural wonders like this, the blue lagoon, naturally heated to 102 degrees by the Earth's core 6,000 feet below. Our mission, using cutting edge drone cameras to take you live for the first time below the surface of the ice to the front lines of a vanishing wonder, the immense forbidding ice sheets of Iceland. In the middle vertical ice drops deep. This smugmug documentary capturing the stunning beauty and treachery of the terrain. Only the most elite ice climbers can go inside to understand the dynamics of these melting pots. Threatening our very own coastlines, scientists predicting low lying lands like Florida can be a direct hit from the sweeping snow that's draining into the ocean. But before it's too late, get ready for a breathtaking look at "Gma" goes live into the ice. And before I head into the ice I thought I'd give these magnificent geothermal waters a try here at the blue lagoon. Pure research, of course, just research, guys. But it is incredible. You should try it one day. Looks great. It does, yeah. Relaxing before the work. That's a spa right there. Even with all the clothes on. Looks pretty good. We can make sure and join us tomorrow morning when Amy takes us into the ice, something never done before on live TV.

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