There are almost 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, and most of them aren't named. Most are inaccessible, but some – like the Worthington Glacier, located on the Richardson Highway, which runs from Glennallen to Valdez – are on the side of the road, and easily reached on foot. I walked up to this glacier during my summer, 2016 visit to the largest state in America, and carefully made my way to its terminus (the end of the glacier). From there, I was able to look into the ice cave that had formed here, although I didn't dare go any further. Perhaps another time. But for now, I'll settle for this beautiful shot of one of these rapidly retreating natural wonders.
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