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Juneau Icefield
Parent Area: Boundary Ranges

Area: 6216 sq km.Location: Dwarfing the temperate-zone icecaps of the southern Coast Ranges of BC, the Juneau Icefield is the among the largest contiguous icemasses in North America, exceeded in area only by the larger Malaspina-St. Elias icefields connecting Glacier and Yakutat Bays to Kluane National Park at the intersection of the AK, YT and BC boundaries. The Juneau Icefield lies above and east of Juneau AK, between there and Atlin and Tagish Lakes, and its northern end is right above the town of Skagway AK.

Top Trips
Coast Range, Saint Elias and Chugach Mountains Traverse (multiyear) Dave Williams
Mendenhall Towers Solva Buttress Gabe Kelley
Juneau Icefield Ski Traverse Dave Williams
Beyond Devil's Punchbowl Dean Richards

Top Photos
Devils Paw - From the Air to the East Matt Lucas
Denv-25 from the Northwest Dean Richards
Peaks 21-16, 21-17, 22-18 from the North Dean Richards
Devils Paw and Michael's Sword Kevin Altheim
BP 109 W4 from the West Dean Richards
Devils Paw and Area Kevin Altheim
Mount Hefty and BP 109 NW5 Dean Richards
Michael's Sword Kevin Altheim
Devils Paw - Closeup of West Side Kevin Altheim
Vintage Govt Aerial Of Nunatak On Llewellyn Glacier, Juneau Icefield Mike Cleven
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