We visited Columbia Glacier with VSHELICOPTER Tours and what an amazing awe-inspiring sight to see!! Highly recommend a trip to see the Columbia Glacier- you will not be disappointed in seeing the beauty and vastness of this Glacier!!
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We enjoyed a boat ride to the Columbia Glacier and then had a kayak tour with a group of 8 plus 2 tour guides. Morning was dry, but the afternoon was light drizzle. We toured around a few islands in the morning, stopped for lunch,...More
We checked this out on a Stan Stephens tour. I've never seen so many icebergs in my life. We also saw spotted seals, sea lions, a humpback whale and tons of sea otters. It was awesome.
Went with Pangea Day Tour and the area is gorgeous and massive! The glacier was calving alot and placed alot of icebergs around for us to kayak around. There was a regular tour boat there that went closer to the glacier. Wouldn't mind camping in...More
very cool to see a glacier from the Stan Stevens cruise on Price William Sound. the blue icebergs that float away in the water are fascinating
We cruised through the Prince William Sound on a beautiful sunny day. Our captain, Chris, was very informative and pointed out wildlife as we left Valdez and sailed towards the sound. We were made welcome onto the bridge and he was always happy to answer...More
This was a very good trip - was able to see wildlife along the way to see the Columbia Glacier. Captain Amanda did a great job of getting us as close as possible to the Glacier.
I have been blessed to have flown out here a few times in a helicopter over the past couple years to see the changes that are happening. This glacier recedes at an alarming rate. The beaches I landed at last summer are now under water....More
Left from Valdez through Prince William Sound to the Colombia Glacier. Good time to go, end of June with a lot of ice melting and able to get very close to the Glacier. Didn't realise how cold it was as we approached the Glacier area...More
I visited this on a day trip out of the Valdez harbour and the Cpt got us so near you could hear the glacier creaking as it was melting,what an experience