Mendenhall Glacier Ice Cave, Alaska

Mendenhall Glacier Ice Cave, Alaska

Wow, this is just simply breath taking.
This wide galcier melts as you watch it, and moves as much as 60-70 feet per year.
There are two waterfalls that slip down the side of adjacent Mt. McGinnis in Juneau, Alaska. As one follows the flow of water down the mountain, it slips under the edge of the glacier where, over thousands of years, it has carved massive caves through the ice. These caves are an extraordinary experience–the kind that will live with you for the rest of your life. There’s simply nothing else like it

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15 thoughts on “Mendenhall Glacier Ice Cave, Alaska

  1. Hi Kelly, thanks for introducing yourself by following our site–it’s always great to meet a fellow explorer. If you’re on facebook we invite you to visit the RAXA Collective page. See you there!

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