With no mountains around to have rolled down, “how did this rock get here?” was the instigating question that spurred Muir’s fascination, search, and study of glaciers.
As I stood on the bridge wing, desperate to take in every serac and crevasse the eye could see, the view suddenly got even better.
At the top of the hike, we couldn’t stop spinning around, trying to take in all the beauty from every direction.
Spending time in Bartlett Cove is just the beginning of the incredible place that is Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. Time spent here is a beautiful and peaceful experience.
When taking a journey through the emerald waterways of Southeast Alaska on a small ship cruise, one can always be assured of amazing experiences and new discoveries.