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Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve

historic resources study

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Published by Administrator in National Park Service, Alaska System Support Office

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        StatementNational Park Service, Alaska System Support Office
        PublishersNational Park Service, Alaska System Support Office
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1995
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 75 p. :
        Number of Pages51
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
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Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve

Lakes have formed where the glaciers have dammed the heads of valleys. A journey through Glacier Bay is more than a journey through geography. Cooper knew the history of Glacier Bay. Despite the lack of roads, the park received an average of about 470,000 recreational visitors annually from 2007 to 2016, with 520,171 visitors in 2016.

Other well-known glaciers in the Park include Johns Hopkins, Reid, Carroll and Lamplugh glaciers. 60 1,844 Average snowfall inches cm 28. The one-mile Forest Loop Trail is popular to stretch your legs.

Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve

The body of water paralleling the Bay on the eastern edge is Lynn Canal, a body of water also draining into Icy Strait beyond the eastern boundary of the park. Regions of the park closest to the Gulf of Alaska have a relatively mild climate with significant rainfall and comparatively low snowfall. It has since been recognized as a UN Biosphere Reserve, in 1986, and a World Heritage Site, in 1992.

2 veins were with 200 and 150 foot respectively.