Southeast Alaskan Wilderness
Covering 3.3 million acres of rugged mountains, dynamic glaciers, temperate rainforest, wild coastlines, and deep sheltered fjords, Glacier Bay National Park is a highlight of Alaska's Inside Passage and part of a 25-million acre World Heritage Site-one of the world’s largest international protected areas. From summit to sea, Glacier Bay offers limitless opportunities for adventure and inspiration
What's So Special About Glacier Bay?
Glaciers, mountains, wildlife, history, adventure, challenge, wilderness, research...and more!Read More
The Fairweather Visitor Guide
Read All About It! Get the latest issue of the official visitor's guide to Glacier Bay National Park. 32 full color pages, PDF.Read More
Visiting on a Cruise Ship?
The spectacular scenery and wildlife of Glacier Bay make it a highlight of any Alaska cruise. Learn how to get the most out of your Glacier Bay day.Read More
Glacier Bay Social Media
Stay connected with Glacier Bay through Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube!Read More
A Park For Science
Glacier Bay is not only a place to view glaciers, wildlife, and grandeur, but also a living laboratory to study and enjoy through the ages.Read More
Glacier Bay's Wildlife
Glacier Bay is an intact, functional ecosystem. Discover the furred, finned, and feathered wildlife that call Glacier Bay home.Read More
Live View From Bartlett Cove
Enjoy the live view of the Inner Lagoon and Fairweather Range. This serene location in Bartlett Cove offers spectacular views that change every minuteRead More
Getaway To Glacier Bay!
See land emerging from the grip of massive glaciers, watch the birth of an iceberg, observe Alaskan wildlife, and cherish this wild place.Read More
Did You Know?
Lungwort lichens get their name because their appearance is similar to lung tissue. Some lungworts are able to convert atmospheric nitrogen to forms that other lichens and plants can use. The presence of lungwort is an indicator of a rich, unpolluted forest habitat.