Exit Glacier is a glacier derived from the Harding Icefield in the Kenai Mountains of Alaska and one of Kenai Fjords National Park's major attractions. It is one of the most accessible valley glaciers in Alaska and is a visible indicator of
glacial recession due to climate change. Exit Glacier retreated approximately 187 feet (57 m) from 2013 to 2014 and park scientists continue to monitor and record the glacier's accelerating recession. It received its name for serving as the exit for the first recorded crossing of the Harding Icefield in 1968. Exit Glacier is a popular destination at the end of the park's only road.
Herman Leirer Road 24620, Seward, 99664, Ηνωμένες Πολιτείες
More in this category: « Tekeze Dam Kamiak Butte »
Login to post comments