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Davidson Glacier, Skagway

#2 of 10 in Parks in Skagway
Geologic Formation · Nature / Park
Discovered in 1867, Davidson Glacier stands surrounded by forests and fjords which make the landscape striking. With time, the large glacier created a lake of its own inland among the mountains. See seals and whales among other marine life on your way up to the glacier, and admire the untouched lush wildlife on the shore. The path through the fjord is completely paved and secure. To visit Davidson Glacier on your trip to Skagway, use our Skagway trip itinerary planning website.
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  • Cool to get close to the glacier. It has receded enough and formed a river in front that couldn't be crossed to be able to walk on the glacier. Trip in an enclosed boat for about an hour, then...  more »
  • We booked via our cruise ship and enjoyed this tour immensely. A 5 min bus trip from cruise ship to speed boat and we were off. Great scenery - we saw seals and counted 25 bald eagles in the...  more »

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