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... on a shuttle bus back to Mendenhall Glacier. The shuttle driver scared us a little as he told us not to have food or sweet drinks or we would attract the bears.
We walked to the waterfall and face of the glacier. Surprise, surprise we took a few photos! Next we visited the information centre. In there we heard a talk about porcupines, saw a movie about the glacier and looked at the historical display. Then we walked to the photography lookout and managed to take ...
... helicopter, Matthew and Adam decided to build a pile of snow balls and started throwing them at each other. A few balls missed each other and got Stuart and a father of another family group. Oops. We took off on our flight back taking a different route, where we went over their drinking water and hydro electric plant (same thing), saw some mountain goats and spectacular views. The boys were complaining that they wanted to go back to the ship ...
... I will never forget and it will be my favorite one. You cannot even imagine the beauty. We sailed through a sea of icebergs, witnessed ice falling off the glaciers and hearing it crack off and fall into the sea. The waters are so calm and at many places are like mirrors and the reflections take your breath away. We saw quite a few seals swimming anfpd I was able to capture an ...
... we prepared for our days activities, which included a helicopter ride to the Mendenhall Glacier and a guided walk around for about 1.25 hours. The time totalled 3.25 hours.
Mendenhall Glacier is a glacier about 12 miles (19 km) long located in Mendenhall Valley, about 12 miles from downtown Juneau. The glacier and surrounding landscape is protected as the 5,815-acre Mendenhall Glacier Recreation Area, a federally-design area. ...
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