• Sunset view of Glacier Bay and the surrounding Fairweather Mountains.

    Glacier Bay

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

Photos & Multimedia

Sunset at Bartlett Cove
Glacier Bay is a photographer's delight.
Enjoy Glacier Bay videos and films

Enjoy a variety of online films


Glacier Bay Films
Glacier Bay is one of the world's most scenic locations. Now you can enjoy a variety of films about Glacier Bay. Experience glaciers, wildlife, wilderness, backcountry planning, and even some selections from our vintage vault.

Photo Galleries

Happy Photographer


Glacier Bay Photo Galleries
Glacier Bay is a photographer's delight. Enjoy our many photo galleries and consider sending us your favorite pic for posting.

Voices of Glacier Bay

Recording the "voice" of glacier ice

"Voices of Glacier Bay" Soundscape Project
Crashing glaciers, splashing salmon, and booming whales. Glacier Bay may offer the greatest richness and variety of natural, wild voices of any national park. Enjoy listening to some of our favorite recordings and soundscapes.

Glacier Bay rangers

Become a Glacier Bay expert!

Glacier Bay Ranger Minutes
Enjoy these exclusive videos and audio interviews on a wide range of fascinating topics. Bears, birds, glaciers, whales, wilderness, trip planning, etc.

Clear view on webcam

Glacier Bay Webcam
Enjoy the live view of the Inner Lagoon and Fairweather Range!

Glacier Bay Blogs

Glacier Bay Blogs
Experience Glacier Bay from an employee's point of view


Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve throughout it's history has been viewed through many eyes in a variety of different ways. Each day brings a new understanding and a feeling of exploration even by those who have experienced this place for decades.

John Muir wrote, "I only went out for a walk, and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in."

We hope these images offer you a glimpse into this wild and expressive landscape, and encourages you to come to Glacier Bay for a walk, you may find yourself staying "out till sundown."




Did You Know?

Red-backed Vole

Red-backed voles are a keystone species. Many forest trees rely on mycorrhizal fungi to help them grow. Red-backed voles are one of few animals that eat these fungi and are important in their dispersal.