Video: How The “Into the Wild” Bus Was Moved

Last week, we learned that the bus that was made famous by the death of Chris McCandless and Jon Krakauer’s book Into the Wild had been removed from the Alaskan backcountry for safety reasons. We knew that it had been airlifted from its resting spot, but not much else about the operation had been revealed. This video shares some behind the scenes footage of that process, which was a serious undertaking to say the least.

Kraig Becker

1 thought on “Video: How The “Into the Wild” Bus Was Moved”

  1. The “Magic Bus” used in the film Into The Wild. It is now located in the yard of the 49th State Brewing Company in the small town of Healy, Alaska, just 10 miles from the entrance of Denali National Park.

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