Adventure Kayaking: Trips in Glacier Bay

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Wilderness Press, 1998 - Sports & Recreation - 152 pages
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This comprehensive book covers over 300 miles of trips in and around Glacier Bay in Glacier Bay National Park in Southeast Alaska. Glacier Bay is an astounding 65 mile-long fjord that splits into numerous inlets and coves offering miles of spectacular paddling. A drop-off service allows you to start your trips in the heart of the secluded, pristine Bay. Calving ice, deep blue glacial streams, and the grandeur of three mountain ranges are just a sample of what Glacier Bay offers. This unique book includes everything you need to know to plan and perform a trip in Glacier Bay, plus twelve maps and numerous black and white photos.

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