If you like winter and don't mind cold temperatures, you'll love this mountainous national park on the southeastern side of Alaska near the Canadian border. And it's not a small park, with over 13,000 square metres it's one of the largest national parks in the United States.
↑ View of the big glacier of the national park
The greatest pride of the park are of course the glaciers. A great tourist attraction is watching the glaciers break up. Most often tourists watch from cruise ships at a safe distance.
↑ Disintegrating glaciers
↑ Evening nature magic in Glacier Bay
A large area of this national park is a marine area called the Southeast Alaska Dive Fishery Research Areas. In addition to hiking, kayaking is a popular activity for visitors.