Glacier Trekking

In Alaska not only can you witness the glaciers continuously carving the topography and calving into the open waters but you can explore them by foot. With an estimated 100,000 glaciers within the state, the scenery will never be dull. The size of a glacier can never be realized until your standing at the toe of one, looking up at the massive wall of ice. Be sure to take a flightseeing tour from Talkeetna to view North America’s tallest peak “Mt. McKinley” within Denali National Park and land on one of the glaciers.

Glacier Trekking

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Valdez: 61.130833, -146.348333
McCarthy: 61.433333, -142.921667
Palmer: 61.597222, -149.113056
Denali Village: 63.751667, -148.899167
Cordova: 60.542778, -145.757500
Juneau: 58.301944, -134.419722
Skagway: 59.458333, -135.313889
Haines: 59.228333, -135.443889
Whittier: 60.773056, -148.683889
Girdwood: 60.960833, -149.110833
Seward: 60.113889, -149.443056
Glacier Park: 61.795833, -147.740000
Portage: 60.784167, -148.846111