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A Crystal Clear Lake Near The Harding Icefield Trail With The Harding Ice Field In The Background, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, United States Of America
1116-44284 - A Crystal Clear Lake Near The Harding Icefield Trail With The Harding Ice Field In The Background, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, United States Of America
Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Centre Sign At Mendenhall Glacier, Tongass National Forest, Near Juneau, Alaska, United States Of America
1116-42891 - Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Centre Sign At Mendenhall Glacier, Tongass National Forest, Near Juneau, Alaska, United States Of America
Harbor Seals (Phoca Vitulina) Hauled Out On Iceberg In Front Of Dawes Glacier In Endicott Arm Or Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wildernesss In Southeast Alaska, South Of Juneau, Alaska, United States Of America
1116-43188 - Harbor Seals (Phoca Vitulina) Hauled Out On Iceberg In Front Of Dawes Glacier In Endicott Arm Or Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wildernesss In Southeast Alaska, South Of Juneau, Alaska, United States Of America
Flying in a helicopter over the icefields in Kluane National Park, near Haines Junction, Yukon, Canada
1116-42106 - Flying in a helicopter over the icefields in Kluane National Park, near Haines Junction, Yukon, Canada
Flying in a helicopter over the icefields in Kluane National Park, near Haines Junction, Yukon, Canada
1116-42107 - Flying in a helicopter over the icefields in Kluane National Park, near Haines Junction, Yukon, Canada
A Black Bear Is Feeding On Berries On A Hill Side Near The Harding Icefield Trail At Exit Glacier In Kenai Fjords National Park, Southcentral Alaska, Autumn
1116-41900 - A Black Bear Is Feeding On Berries On A Hill Side Near The Harding Icefield Trail At Exit Glacier In Kenai Fjords National Park, Southcentral Alaska, Autumn
Helicopter flying over the giant icefield of Alexandra Land, Franz Josef Land archipelago, Arkhangelsk Oblast, Arctic, Russia, Europe
1184-2848 - Helicopter flying over the giant icefield of Alexandra Land, Franz Josef Land archipelago, Arkhangelsk Oblast, Arctic, Russia, Europe
Massive icefield, Champ Island, Franz Josef Land archipelago, Arkhangelsk Oblast, Arctic, Russia, Europe
1184-2839 - Massive icefield, Champ Island, Franz Josef Land archipelago, Arkhangelsk Oblast, Arctic, Russia, Europe
Turquoise Lake Louise with Mount Fairview, view from Icefield Parkway, Banff National Park, Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada, North America
832-380715 - Turquoise Lake Louise with Mount Fairview, view from Icefield Parkway, Banff National Park, Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada, North America
Remote El Brujo Glacier, Asia Fjord, Bernardo O'Higgins National Park, Chilean Fjords, Southern Patagonia Icefield, Chile, South America
1167-1888 - Remote El Brujo Glacier, Asia Fjord, Bernardo O'Higgins National Park, Chilean Fjords, Southern Patagonia Icefield, Chile, South America
Holgate Glacier, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, United States of America, North America
796-2385 - Holgate Glacier, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Scenery, Homer, Harding Icefield, Kachemak Bay, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, United States of America, North America
796-2371 - Scenery, Homer, Harding Icefield, Kachemak Bay, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Holgate Glacier, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, United States of America, North America
796-2383 - Holgate Glacier, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Scenery, Homer, Harding Icefield, Kachemak Bay, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, United States of America, North America
796-2370 - Scenery, Homer, Harding Icefield, Kachemak Bay, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Blue ice face of Sawyer Glacier, Stikine Icefield, Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1653 - Blue ice face of Sawyer Glacier, Stikine Icefield, Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Blue ice face and floating ice, Sawyer Glacier and mountains, misty conditions, Stikine Icefield, Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1652 - Blue ice face and floating ice, Sawyer Glacier and mountains, misty conditions, Stikine Icefield, Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Blue icebergs and face of Sawyer Glacier, mountain backdrop, Stikine Icefield, Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1654 - Blue icebergs and face of Sawyer Glacier, mountain backdrop, Stikine Icefield, Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Blue ice face and floating ice, Sawyer Glacier and mountains, misty conditions, Stikine Icefield, Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1651 - Blue ice face and floating ice, Sawyer Glacier and mountains, misty conditions, Stikine Icefield, Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Ice pack and blue ice face of South Sawyer Glacier, mountain backdrop, Stikine Icefield, Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1646 - Ice pack and blue ice face of South Sawyer Glacier, mountain backdrop, Stikine Icefield, Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Ice pack and blue ice face of South Sawyer Glacier, mountain backdrop, Stikine Icefield, Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1650 - Ice pack and blue ice face of South Sawyer Glacier, mountain backdrop, Stikine Icefield, Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Ice pack and blue ice face of South Sawyer Glacier, mountain backdrop, Stikine Icefield, Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1649 - Ice pack and blue ice face of South Sawyer Glacier, mountain backdrop, Stikine Icefield, Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Colourful kayaks, Aialik Glacier, blue ice and mountains, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, near Seward, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1629 - Colourful kayaks, Aialik Glacier, blue ice and mountains, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, near Seward, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Aialik Glacier and mountains, perfect summer day, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, near Seward, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1627 - Aialik Glacier and mountains, perfect summer day, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, near Seward, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Aialik Glacier, mountains, island and blue ice, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, near Seward, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1631 - Aialik Glacier, mountains, island and blue ice, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, near Seward, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Colourful kayaks, Aialik Glacier, blue ice, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, near Seward, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1630 - Colourful kayaks, Aialik Glacier, blue ice, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, near Seward, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Aialik Glacier, glacial calving splash, blue ice, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, near Seward, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1628 - Aialik Glacier, glacial calving splash, blue ice, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, near Seward, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Harbour Seals (Phoca Vitulina) on an iceberg, Aialik Glacier, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, United States of America, North America
1167-1626 - Harbour Seals (Phoca Vitulina) on an iceberg, Aialik Glacier, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, United States of America, North America
Canada, Alberta, Columbia Icefield, Group of tourists walking up the Athabasca Glacier.
797-12970 - Canada, Alberta, Columbia Icefield, Group of tourists walking up the Athabasca Glacier.
Icefield in Antarctica with high cliffs and ridges.
1173-1544 - Icefield in Antarctica with high cliffs and ridges.
Tourist hiking on Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
816-6595 - Tourist hiking on Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
Aerial of Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
816-6590 - Aerial of Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
The huge icefield of the Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
816-6584 - The huge icefield of the Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
Aerial of a waterfall flowing into the icefield of Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
816-6586 - Aerial of a waterfall flowing into the icefield of Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
The huge icefield of the Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
816-6585 - The huge icefield of the Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
816-6593 - Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
Aerial of Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
816-6591 - Aerial of Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
816-6592 - Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
Tourist hiking on Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
816-6594 - Tourist hiking on Fox Glacier, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, South Island, New Zealand, Pacific
Perito Moreno Glacier Lago Argentino Glacieres National Argentinia
832-328929 - Perito Moreno Glacier Lago Argentino Glacieres National Argentinia
Perito Moreno Glacier Lago Argentino Glacieres National Argentinia
832-328932 - Perito Moreno Glacier Lago Argentino Glacieres National Argentinia
Holgate Glacier, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, USA
832-357084 - Holgate Glacier, Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, USA
Morning light on bighorn ram (Ovis canadensis) on Wilcox Ridge under Mount Snowdome, Columbia Icefields Area, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada.
817-462291 - Morning light on bighorn ram (Ovis canadensis) on Wilcox Ridge under Mount Snowdome, Columbia Icefields Area, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada.
Brewsters Snocoach driving onto the Columbia Icefield, Athabasca Glacier in Jasper National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Alberta Canadian Rockies, Canada, North America
698-3042 - Brewsters Snocoach driving onto the Columbia Icefield, Athabasca Glacier in Jasper National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Alberta Canadian Rockies, Canada, North America
Harding Icefield, glacier, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, USA
832-358569 - Harding Icefield, glacier, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, USA
Aerial view of Mt. Kilimanjaro 19335 ft. or 5895 m, spectacular ice cliffs of the Eastern Icefield, Tanzania, Africa
832-239788 - Aerial view of Mt. Kilimanjaro 19335 ft. or 5895 m, spectacular ice cliffs of the Eastern Icefield, Tanzania, Africa
A general view of the Athabasca Glacier, a six kilometre tongue of ice flowing from the Columbia Icefield. It is the best-known glacier in the Canadian Rockies and is situated in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada.
1161-1075 - A general view of the Athabasca Glacier, a six kilometre tongue of ice flowing from the Columbia Icefield. It is the best-known glacier in the Canadian Rockies and is situated in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada.
Sailing boat below a huge icefield near Port Lockroy research station, Antarctica, Polar Regions
816-4447 - Sailing boat below a huge icefield near Port Lockroy research station, Antarctica, Polar Regions
Canada flag, Icefield Parkway, Canada
832-192651 - Canada flag, Icefield Parkway, Canada
Panorama, special bus of Brewster Ice Explorer Snowcoach, a snow mobile to explore the glacier for tourists, evening mood, Athabasca Glacier, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada
832-124143 - Panorama, special bus of Brewster Ice Explorer Snowcoach, a snow mobile to explore the glacier for tourists, evening mood, Athabasca Glacier, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada
Moraine of the Athabasca Glacier, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada
832-124201 - Moraine of the Athabasca Glacier, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada
Moraine of the Athabasca Glacier, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada
832-124076 - Moraine of the Athabasca Glacier, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada
Blue cones of a Korean Fir (Abies koreana), Wilcox, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada
832-124075 - Blue cones of a Korean Fir (Abies koreana), Wilcox, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada
Brewster special bus, Ice Explorer Snowcoach, snowmobile for tourists to explore the glacier, at dusk, Athabasca Glacier, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada
832-124077 - Brewster special bus, Ice Explorer Snowcoach, snowmobile for tourists to explore the glacier, at dusk, Athabasca Glacier, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada
Brewster special bus, Ice Explorer Snowcoach, snowmobile for tourists to explore the glacier, at dusk, Athabasca Glacier, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada
832-124078 - Brewster special bus, Ice Explorer Snowcoach, snowmobile for tourists to explore the glacier, at dusk, Athabasca Glacier, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada
Brewster special bus, Ice Explorer Snowcoach, snowmobile for tourists to explore the glacier, Athabasca Glacier, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada
832-124074 - Brewster special bus, Ice Explorer Snowcoach, snowmobile for tourists to explore the glacier, Athabasca Glacier, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada
Evening at the Athabasca Glacier, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada
832-110157 - Evening at the Athabasca Glacier, Columbia Icefield, Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada
Crowfoot Glacier, Bow Lake, Banff National Park, Icefield Parkway, Alberta, Canada
1113-64733 - Crowfoot Glacier, Bow Lake, Banff National Park, Icefield Parkway, Alberta, Canada
Two mountaineers ascending over icefield, Clariden, Canton of Uri, Switzerland
1113-15006 - Two mountaineers ascending over icefield, Clariden, Canton of Uri, Switzerland
Columbia Icefield in Winter, Jasper National Park, Alberta.
1116-15447 - Columbia Icefield in Winter, Jasper National Park, Alberta.
Athabasca Glacier at dusk, Columbia Icefield, Jasper National Park, Alberta
1116-21922 - Athabasca Glacier at dusk, Columbia Icefield, Jasper National Park, Alberta
Lake And Mountains, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada
1116-5004 - Lake And Mountains, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada
Glaciers receding rapidly on the Columbia Icefield off the Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Alberta, Canadian Rocky Mountains, Canada, North America
911-8563 - Glaciers receding rapidly on the Columbia Icefield off the Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Alberta, Canadian Rocky Mountains, Canada, North America
Glaciers receding rapidly on the Columbia Icefield off the Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Alberta, Canadian Rocky Mountains, Canada, North America
911-8564 - Glaciers receding rapidly on the Columbia Icefield off the Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Alberta, Canadian Rocky Mountains, Canada, North America
Glaciers receding rapidly on the Columbia Icefield off the Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Alberta, Canadian Rocky Mountains, Canada, North America
911-8537 - Glaciers receding rapidly on the Columbia Icefield off the Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Alberta, Canadian Rocky Mountains, Canada, North America
Glaciers receding rapidly on the Columbia Icefield off the Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Alberta, Canadian Rocky Mountains, Canada, North America
911-8548 - Glaciers receding rapidly on the Columbia Icefield off the Icefields Parkway, Jasper National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Alberta, Canadian Rocky Mountains, Canada, North America
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
979-4135 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6537 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
979-4132 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
979-4122 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
979-4129 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
979-4124 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
979-4134 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
Ice fields high in the mountains of Glacier Bay National Park in Southeast Alaska, USA.
979-8038 - Ice fields high in the mountains of Glacier Bay National Park in Southeast Alaska, USA.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6534 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6533 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6531 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
979-4133 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6518 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
979-4125 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6523 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6526 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6527 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6530 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
979-4136 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6535 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6522 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
979-4128 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6524 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6529 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6536 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6520 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
979-4123 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
979-4130 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
979-4126 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a charter flight from Santiago, Chile to Ushuaia, Argentina along the spine of the Andes Mountain Range along the west coast of South America. The Andes form the world's longest exposed mountain range. They lie as a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. The range is over 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 200-700 km (300 miles) wide (widest between 188 to 208S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes mountains extend over seven countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, some of which are known as Andean States.The Andes mountain range is the highest mountain range outside Asia.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6532 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6519 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6525 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6538 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6528 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.
979-6521 - Aerial views of snow-capped mountains, ice fields, and glaciers on a commercial flight from Juneau to Anchorage Alaska, USA. Pacific Ocean. Alaska has hosted a glacier-favoring mixture of climate and topography for the last 12.5 million years. During the Pleistocene age, when the climate was 3 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit colder than it is today, an ice sheet covered a large expanse of the earth, including the islands of southeastern Alaska. Today there are still over 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, although ice covers only 5 percent of the state. The icefields and glaciers of the Tongass National Forest are some of the few remnants of the once-vast ice sheets.