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Nestled on the Alaska panhandle west of Juneau, Glacier Bay National Park is a terrestrial and marine sanctuary spanning more than 600,000 acres. While the park has no roads, it isn’t all that hard to get to. More than 430,000 people visit it each year, and many come on cruise ships that tour the park’s many tidewater glaciers.
Nestled on the Alaska panhandle west of Juneau, Glacier Bay National Park is a terrestrial and marine sanctuary spanning more than 600,000 acres. While the park has no roads, it isn’t all that hard to get to. More than 430,000 people visit it each year, and many come on cruise ships that tour the park’s many tidewater glaciers.
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