Aug 2, 2020 | Travel | 2 comments

Glacier Bay

Glacier Bay National Park full of rugged mountains, amazing glaciers, temperate rainforests and deep sheltered fjords covers 3.3 million acres of desolation, occupied by a wide range of wildlife. Glacier Bay is the highlight of Alaska’s Inside passage and is part of a 25 million acre World Heritage Site, one of the world’s largest international protected areas. When you are on board a cruise ship standing some distance off the face of the glacier and witness calving (Calving is when chunks of ice fall from the glacier because of the forward movement of the glacier) the experience of feeling a large ship rocking from the waves caused by the ice falling into the water, is truly amazing and leaves you in awe of the power and stunning beauty of nature.

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