About Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska
Glacier Bay National Park contains vast numbers of marine mammals, a 65-mile-long fjord and stately Mount Fairweather in the St. Elias Range. Boats drop off hikers at designated sites in the upper bay where they can explore more than 1 million acres of wilderness. Sea kayaking is very popular in Glacier Bay and both fresh and saltwater sport fishing are permitted in the park.
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Amazing to watch the glacier cave! The look and the sounds when the ice falls! Wondered the ship to get different views! Love Alaska! We plan to return some day!