Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve

Overview of the Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve

As its name says, the vast natural area is in southern Alaska, in the U.S., on the Gulf of Alaska, where a place represents 3.3 million miles of glaciers, among other natural phenomena. “White Thunder” as the indigenous Tlingit people call this rugged, snow-capped mountains reaching 15,000 feet high slope down to … Read more

Wrangell–St. Elias National Park and Preserve

Mount St.Elias with its peak reaching the blue sky

Peaks upon peaks and glaciers after glaciers add to this largest U.S. national park’s grandeur- Wrangell–St. Elias National Park and Preserve. If you follow any braided stream or river to its source, you will find either a receding, advancing or tidewater glacier. The park is an experience to the Alaskan wildlife and … Read more