There are a number of activities for you to enjoy. Hiking trails run throughout the property. In the afternoon we hiked down to the Chan Chan River, which is located at roughly 2,800 meters (9,186 feet) elevation.
Topo showing Seward and Exit Glacier
Sign telling show show forms into ice
Mike at a sign showing where Exit Glacier was in 1926. You can see the glacier in the back right.
Mike at a sign showing where Exit Glacier was in 1951. You can see the glacier in the back.
Mike along trail to Exit Glacier
Susan and Mike at Exit Glacier
Mike walking on trail that skirts Exit Glacier
Beautiful blue pond
View of the river from Exit Glacier
Boardwalk in river at Exit Glacier
Exit Glacier as it empties into the river
Mike at Exit Glacier and river
Waterfall at Exit Glacier
Mike and Susan at Exit Glacier
On trail back
Glacial erratic. Glacial erratic is a rock that differs from the size and type of rock native to the area in which it rests.