Glacier Skating

Last weekend's itch to adventure took us across Kachemak Bay by boat, up the Saddle Trail by foot, and across Glacier Lake by skate, to marvel beneath the bluest blues of Grewingk Glacier. Winter has been covert this season, so we were excited to find it here. The ice was untouched, the trail snacks mostly salmon, the water calm; a day unbeatable in our book. Since Salmon Sisters began, we've been lucky to have our friend and photographer Scott Dickerson along on many of our adventures. Scott's humor and boundless enthusiasm make any normal outing an epic one. His photos are the ones that we trust to be somehow, if it's possible, as breathtaking as the Alaskan scenery he captures. Scott's work can be found on his website, his facebook page, @scottdickerson on Instagram and Twitter, featured on the Salmon Sisters shop, and on this blog post! Glacer skate hike Glacier skate   Glacier skate   Glacier skate

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  • Your Ice Skate trip to Grewingk Glacier is absolutely AMAZING!!! I live in Seattle and was wondering if you can give me any recommendation on the best time to Ice Skate Grewingk. Late January? Early or Mid February? I live in Seattle and wanted to have an idea. Thanks so much.

    Annette Diggs on

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