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Cruising Alaska: July 2007

Directly north of John Hopkins Inlet is Tarr Inlet, at the head of the which are the Grand Pacific and Margerie Glaciers. The 25-mile-long Grand Pacific Glacier has retreated so much that the gravel it has scraped from the mountains is all that can be seen at the shore - many people would no doubt not even recognize it as a glacier.

This photograph is © 2007 by Murray Lundberg, and is not to be copied without express permission.
Grand Pacific Glacier, Alaska