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 sea to summit, Glacier Bay offers limitless opportunities for adventure and inspiration.
Southeast Alaskan Wilderness
What's So Special About Glacier Bay?
Glaciers, mountains, wildlife, history, homeland, adventure, challenge, wilderness, research....and more!
The Huna Tribal House
A Tlingit tribal house is under construction on the shores of Bartlett Cove. Learn all about this exciting project!
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,
Explore Bartlett Cove
The Bartlett Cove developed area provides lodging, camping, hiking, and adventure in a rainforest setting
Private Boating in Glacier Bay
Glacier Bay is a fabulous place to explore by boat. During summer months, a free permit is required for private vessels.
Hear the Voices of Glacier Bay
Crashing glaciers, bellowing sea lions, whispering rain, and singing seabirds...enjoy the amazing natural sounds of Glacier Bay!
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 day.
Science and Research in Glacier Bay
From summit to sea, Glacier Bay is a living laboratory filled with opportunities for wide ranging research and study.