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This is quite the drive to get to. About 2 hours from Anchorage and the last part is on a single lane dirt road. Once you get to the bottom it is a $30 charge per person to access the glacier or $100 per person...More
One of the things I wanted to do when going to Alaska was walk on a glacier. My prior time I had been on a cruise ship but this time with a couple of extra days in Anchorage I decided to book a day trip....More
A 1.5 miles down a dirt road takes you to the access site. Here you are expected to pay $30 pp just in order to get closer to the glacier. The fee covers a self guided tour (you walk on your own). The other option...More
First, let me say that this is a MUST DO if you are near A
nchorage and have a day to spare. The glacier is amazing and I'm sad to say I'm not sure how much longer it will be around. Do it while it's...More
On our way from Anchorage to Delta Junction, we stopped here. We paid $30.00/person for unguided Glacier access. The glacier is not far from entrance. It is easy to park and view is good even from parking lot. There are cones to guide walking path....More
The awesomeness of this glacier is indescribable (and your experience will vary based on lighting, weather, etc, but....it'll be spectacular either way).
We took a guided tour and had a fabulous experience. You CAN walk/hike it on your own (with admission to the park) but...More
The walk from the car park can be quite tricky, there are ponds formed by the melting ice, but some boards and walkways have been put in place to make it easier. Guides are available, but not needed if you only want to get close...More
It is a beautiful glacier with easy access by private road. $30 fee and you drive a good gravel road to the parking lot with great views of the glacier. Short hike and you are on the glacier, although it is gravel covered and you...More
It’s a great hike to the glacier. You don’t realize but you are actually on the glacier as soon as you get off the parking lot. Really cool. The only thing missing is some information about the glacier like how old, where it was before...More
We took a 4 hour guided tour to a newly opened (recently drained) ice cave. Our guide, Kathleen was excellent. We were given helmets and cramp-ons. Cramp-ons were new to us so it took a while to trust them. Our guide was patient and walked...More