Glacier Sound Inn

Address: 210 Egan Drive, Valdez, Alaska, 99686, United States | Motel
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    Travel Blogs from Valdez

    Otters or Seals??

    A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Sep 14, 2014

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    ... around the waterfront and found where the cruise ships come in and the ferry. I walked up the town lookout and located the museum, which is where I headed next. The museum was small but it had these two restored fire engines from the early 1900’s. The hand cart had been done professionally and the steam engine one had been done by the locals. They were by far the best things in the museum. There was also some pretty impressive felting being done by ...

    Days 34, 35, 36 Chicken, Tok, Beaver Creek

    A travel blog entry by tbasler on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... but didn't see any. The reason being a forest fire in 2004. The fire destroyed all the tundra and lichen they eat. It could be 60 years before they return here. In chicken we panned for gold again. Even smaller flakes. David our Trek Master found a nugget about the size of a small pinky nail. Panning for gold is an art form and requires a lot of practice to even recognize the gold. Think of all the sayings we use all the time that came from panning ...

    Day 42

    A travel blog entry by 12gkids on Aug 04, 2014

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    Happy 8th Birthday to our sweet Grand-Daughter Lucy today!! Left Glennallen this morning in a light rain, heading for Valdez. What a beautiful drive this would be on a clear day. Did see some pretty sights along the route, Some snow on the mountain side, and an interesting cave area by a stream. Worthington Glacier was visible. Rain had let up when we got to Thompson Pass, elevation-2,678ft. The National Climatic ...


    A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jun 27, 2014

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    ... and pipes oil from Prudhoe Bay in the very north of Alaska to the port of Valdez in the very south. Construction began in 1977 during the oil crisis, and since completion has shipped 16 billion barrels of oil south. Unfortunately, on Good Friday in 1989 it was indirectly responsible for the disaster that Valdez is best known for when the tanker Exxon Valdez ran ashore on a reef just outside the harbour and spilt millions of gallons of oil into the sea, creating ...

    There's a bear in there, and there and there ..

    A travel blog entry by robsons on Aug 24, 2013

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    ... viewing platform. Hmmm lots of dead salmon here and very, very whiffy. Still saw some more lively ones jumping up stream and found a bear poop on the bank that looked only a couple of days old.

    Next we drove out to the Valdez glacier and picked up some of the ice that had blown to shore. Very clear and polished. Like holding art glass in your hand. Also very, very windy here (this is where Jeff was meant to go kayaking). Back into town and had ...