Hubbard Glacier

 

From its source in the Yukon, Hubbard Glacier stretches 122 km (76 mi) to the sea at Yakutat Bay and Disenchantment Bay. Named in 1890 after Gardiner G. Hubbard (regent of the Smithsonian Institution and first president of the National Geographic Society), it is the longest tidewater glacier in Alaska, with an open calving face over 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) wide. See more images in the Alaska Gallery

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