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Exit Glacier, Kenai Fjords National Park

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The terminus of Exit Glacier can be accessed on foot and by car. The driving road closes in heavy snows but stays open to snowmobiles and other recreational winter vehicles. The accessibility of the hiking trails, some of which lead onto this glacier inside Kenai Fjords National Park, makes this attraction one of the most popular glaciers. You can take a ranger-guided tour here daily. Arrange to visit Exit Glacier and other attractions in Kenai Fjords National Park using our Kenai Fjords National Park vacation generator.
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  • Walking through the forests of Alaska toward the Exit Glacier is something you never forget, feel the cold air going into your body to drink the water that comes down from the glacier and see that block of ice which descends from the mountain only gives you the urge to go up and see where it ends up. But this is design for a next trip (Yes it is possible to stay overnight in Glacier)
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  • Sorry the number sign from the front of the parking lot. Is the meaning of this sign was ice so far this year, with the meaning. Turns out that we had done every year is obviously decreasing amount of ice compared with the same period of last year. Spot social issues said of global warming and ice loss is that of course you can enjoy the beautiful scenery, but also thought-provoking.
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  • I don't think this would've been the same without the Ranger guiding us along. As for hiking: it's a gentle hike and relatively flat. Still, I would recommend sturdy shoes for any slippery rocks. As y...  more »