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Published on May 18, 2013
The Knik Glacier, located on the northern edge of Alaska's Chugach Mountains, is one of the largest glaciers in south-central Alaska. The glacier is a remnant of the last ice age. During the Pleistocene, about 600,000 years ago, the Chugach Mountain Range was covered with a 2,500 ft thick layer of ice. Surrounded by 10,000 ft high snow-capped peaks, hanging glaciers and waterfalls, the Knik Glacier created one of the most spectacular panorama landscapes in this area, just 50 miles north of Anchorage. 180° panorama shot is made with Nikon D5000. Follow us on our trails through Alaska via www.alaska-editions.com