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

    Glacier Bay

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

Maps

 
Chart of Glacier Bay

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NOAA Chart of Glacier Bay
(Requires Adobe Flash) This NOAA website contains a very user-friendly feature enabling charts to be displayed on the screen. You can zoom in and pan around any portion of the charted area.

 
Map showing boating regulations

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Boating Regulations
Map of park areas subject to boating closure, speed limits, or other regulations designed to protect wildlife and provide for a range of visitor experiences (195 KB PDF file).
 
Sattelite photo of Glacier Bay National Park

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Satellite Image
Combination of two Landsat images (August 1999 and August 2000) showing entire park (510 KB JPG file).
 
Map showing camper dropoffs

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Camper Drop-off Locations
Map shows current drop-off locations where the daily tour boat stops to pick-up and drop-off backcountry campers and kayakers.

 
Layout of Glacier Bay Lodge

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Glacier Bay Lodge
Close-up of the lodge, showing main lodge, room layout and connecting boardwalks (85 KB JPG file).
 
Trails in Bartlett Cove

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Bartlett Cove Trails
Map showing Forest Trail, Bartlett River Trail, and Bartlett Lake Trail.
 
Map of Bartlett Cove Campground

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Bartlett Cove Campground
Diagram of Bartlett Cove campground showing individual and group campsites, fire ring, warming hut, food caches, etc. (12 KB PDF file).
 
Diagram of Bartlett Cove Dock

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Bartlett Cove Dock
Schematic diagram of the Bartlett Cove Dock showing no-anchor zones and slips available to the public (11 KB PDF file).
 
Map of Gustavus boundary

Gustavus/Park Boundary Map

Gustavus Boundary
A detailed map showing the Gustavus boundary with the park.
Includes GPS coordinates.
 
GLBA Commercial Fishing Map thumbnail

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Commercial Fishing

Shows areas in which commercial fishing may occur in Glacier Bay National Park. Details...

Did You Know?

Iceberg

As icebergs melt they release air bubbles trapped in the ice for sometimes hundreds of years. This popping and fizzing around a melting iceberg is known as “bergie seltzer.”