How to get the most out of your day in Glacier Bay
At some point in your day, your ship will stop in front of a tidewater glacier for approximately one hour. What appears to be simply a wall of ice around 200 ft tall and a mile wide is actually the end of a tremendous river of ice, many miles long. It is likely that there will be a considerable amount of ice in the water. There also may be harbor seals laying on the ice. Be sure you know the approximate time your ship will be at the glacier so you do not miss these extraordinary sights.
Investigate the ship
While you are at the glaciers in Glacier Bay National Park, the Rangers will be outside, roving the decks. Join them!
Prepare for the weather
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Glacier Bay Ranger Audio Series
Last updated: September 27, 2017