Hikers on Gateway Knob overlooking Alsek Lake in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska. The Alsek and Grand Plateau Glaciers carved out the basin the created the lake. Now they calve bergs into the lake, creating a mystical setting near the Gulf of Alaska. Mount Fairweather, the tallest mountain in BC is visible from here. This 12 day raft trip begins in Canada's Yukon Territory, Floats through British Columbia and into Alaska to finish at Dry Bay. Paddlers can begin on the Alsek in Kluane National Park, or float down the Tatshenshini River to meet with the Alsek River. Both rivers flow through the world's largest non-polar ice cap and are known by river guides as the wildest rivers in North America.
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