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Exit Glacier

Copyright Barbara Samuelson 1999

This is Exit Glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park, eight miles north of Seward of Seward, Alaska. Exit Glacier is a landlocked glacier near Seward in the Chugach National Forest. The glacier is one of several that branch downward from the Harding ice field - a massive field of ice spanning the peaks of several mountains. Exit Glacier flows from the ice field down through two mountains where it creates a small river from its glacial melt. There are signs placed along the initial access route indicating the retreat of the glacier from 1880 to the 1995. There are many trails up to and around the lower portion of the glacier, and one location where you may touch it! Touching the Glacier


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