6 Amazing Alaska Glaciers You Can Drive Right Up To
Glaciers are moving rivers of ice created by compacted snow and prolonged cold temperatures. As you can imagine, glaciers are tucked all over Alaska in the mountain ranges. Seeing the remarkable blue glow of the glaciers interior and hearing the crackle of the moving ice is an amazing experience. Most glaciers in Alaska require a long hike, a chartered flight or a boat cruise to get up close to them. These 6 roadside glaciers are amazing, beautiful and accessible to everyone.
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