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WORTHINGTON GLACIER
While driving to Valdez, the two RV Gypsies were amazed as Worthington Glacier came into view. After checking into the RV Park, the two RV Gypsies returned to hike up to Worthington Glacier and touch it. Elevation - 6,134 feet.
WORTHINGTON GLACIER
WORTHINGTON GLACIER
WORTHINGTON GLACIER
WORTHINGTON GLACIER
Karen Duquette and WORTHINGTON GLACIER
Karen Duquette and WORTHINGTON GLACIER
WORTHINGTON GLACIER
WORTHINGTON GLACIER
The view across from Worthington Glacier
across from WORTHINGTON GLACIER
The two RV Gypsies hiked Worthington Glacier - despite the sign
sign - WORTHINGTON GLACIER State Recreation Site
sign - unstable glacial area
Below: Views of the lake at the bottom of the glacier and a small waterfall on the other side of the lake. According to state park rangers, this is the most visited site in the Copper River Basin, yet, the two RV Gypsies had the entire area to themselves, which they later realized was very dangerous and unsafe. Cell phones did not work here, so there was no way to call for help if needed.
the lake at the bottom of the glacier
a small waterfall on the other side of the lake
The two RV Gypsies prepared to hike through the water and mud, which is actually part of the glacier.
The two RV Gypsies prepare to hike through the water and mud
The two RV Gypsies prepare to hike through the water and mud
Lee filming the glacier
Lee starts across the water
the water and mud to cross
Worthington Glacier
Now the two RV Gypsies are on the other side of the flowing water and ready to climb higher on the glacier
Lee climbs up towards Worthington Glacier
Lee Duquette
Karen Duquette
Lee climbs up towards Worthington Glacier
Lee climbs up towards Worthington Glacier
Karen at Worthington Glacier
Karen at Worthington Glacier
Lee climbs up towards Worthington Glacier
Lee climbs up towards Worthington Glacier
Lee climbed higher and higher - it wasn't quite as easy as he thought it would be.
Lee climbs higher and higher
Lee climbs higher and higher
Lee climbs higher and higher
Lee climbs higher and higher
Lee climbs higher and higher
Lee climbs higher and higher
It is hard to see Lee, but he IS in each of the photos below.
It is hard to see Lee, but he IS in each of the photos below
It is hard to see Lee, but he IS in each of the photos below
It is hard to see Lee, but he IS in each of the photos below
It is hard to see Lee, but he IS in each of the photos below
It is hard to see Lee, but he IS in each of the photos below
Lee
Now Lee decided to investigate a very large crevice in the glacier.
Lee decides to investigate the space below the glacier
Lee decides to investigate the space below the glacier
Lee decides to investigate the space below the glacier
Lee decides to investigate the space below the glacier
Looking back at the lake from midway up the glacier
looking back at the lake from up beside the glacier
Karen Duquette looking back at the lake from up beside the glacier
Worthington Glacier

go to the next pagePlease continue on to see bigger glaciers that are caving on Prince William Sound plus a whale, other wildlife and more