Take This Beautiful Hike In Alaska Past Glaciers And Waterfalls For The Ultimate Adventure

The enchanting Trail of the Blue Ice is a beautiful trail in Alaska. This lightly trafficked out and back trail is 7.1 miles one way, strolling past glaciers, waterfalls and gorgeous Alaskan vistas. The trails run along the glacial lake, thick spruce forests, glaciers and waterfalls. Try the Trail of Blue Ice any time of year for an excellent day walk in the wilderness on an easy, smooth path.

Begich, Boggs Visitor Center
Glacier Ranger District
PO Box 129
Girdwood, AK 99587

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More information on the Trail of Blue Ice here.


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