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Reviewed 20 July 2017

Took a water taxi with Bay Roamers to the hiking trail, went up to the lake with glaciers. Great way to spend the afternoon, but watch for bears!

2  Thank love2go2015
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Reviewed 17 July 2017

Absolutely beautiful. something to see for all ages - be sure to bring a good camera, rain gear (just in case) and binoculars wouldn't be a bad idea to throw in.

Thank teresamullican
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Reviewed 25 June 2017

A water taxi from Homer brought us to Glacier Spit and dropped us off at the Glacier Lake Trail. The literature says it is an easy trail. Not really. We are walkers in our 60s, more than hikers. The trail is level, but the rocky, root filled trail makes for slow hiking. Go early and pack a lunch. Take mosquito spray. It is a 3.2 mi hike to the Glacial Lake. You are so glad to get there, and once there feel you've earned the view. I could have stayed longer, but had to meet up with our water taxi at Saddle. Taking the Saddle Trail 1 mile from the lake to shore was downhill but a hard walk. I'd never walk up it. If it rains the trail turns to gutters of water. We came across park workers who are trying to rework the trail to make it easier to get down. It will be a while though. The views are fabulous once near the water. This is an experience like none other. Steps on my Fitbit showed 20,000.

6  Thank Luann H
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Reviewed 19 June 2017

What a beautiful place! It's like Grand Teton range on the water. The view is amazing and it goes on and on. We flew over it and kayaked around one of the islands.

Thank Dennis S
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Reviewed 3 February 2017

Closest thing to heaven I could imagine... we went horse back riding for 8 hours, yaa my butt was sore... this truly was the best and most amazing thing i did in the 10 days i was in Alaska

4  Thank Donald U
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