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Hubbard Glacier

Cruise The longest river of ice in North America, the Hubbard Glacier is also one of the most active glaciers of its kind in Alaska. Traveling by ship gives the best view of this massive natural wonder. The glacier has vibrant blue coloring throughout and is 70 miles long and more than 6 miles wide. Listen as sheets of ice separate themselves from the glacier, known as "galloping," and crash into the sea with a loud crack that echoes for mileship in Glacier Bay cruising towards Johns Hopkins Glacier in Alaska.


Alaska's largest city is a vibrant, eclectic metropolis with modern luxuries, natural wonders and a frontier spirit. The diversity of the city's residents means there are always a multitude of arts and cultural activities, dining options and events. Summer brings sunny days - and sunny nights - and mild temperatures. Savvy travelers know that Anchorage is the key to finding the best of Alaska, all in one place.


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