A father and son were hiking over the weekend at Glacier National Park.
While they were enjoying their time in the park they were also monitoring a wildfire on the other side of the lake from them. Forest Rangers had warned the public of lightning strikes that were springing up wildfires throughout the park but the pair was continuously checking in with officials to follow the flames.
But the fires took a turn and came right at the pair who decided their only option was to drive their way out. Son drove the car, dad shot the video and they flew through the growing flames of the fire.
The video ends when they reach a fallen tree in the road blocking their path. Eventually the two fled the vehicle and were rescued by nearby boaters over the water.