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Experiencing a Glacier by Helicopter Drop-Off

Experiencing a Glacier by Helicopter Drop-Off It is a blue bird day, in other words, there is not a cloud in sight. One of the benefits of being on the interior of Alaska is a warmer and dryer landscape. This creates perfect windows of opportunity to have crystal clear views of the intricate layers that make up the Mat-Su Valley. Not only that, but [...]

By |2020-02-29T17:27:44-09:00February 29th, 2020|Alaska Expedition, Exposure Alaska, Glacier Activities, Glacier Trekking, Ice Climbing, Matanuska Glacier, Wilderness Camping|Comments Off on Experiencing a Glacier by Helicopter Drop-Off

Alaska Glacier Climbing Experience

Alaska Glacier Climbing Experience We walk one by one in a single file line. Each of our steps is deliberate and sets firmly. The morning sun softens the ice, simultaneously providing good grip for our feet. A crunching chorus follows along with our group of four. Beneath us the ice is white and we chase the blue crevasse lines in the distance. We have [...]

By |2020-02-02T21:01:47-09:00January 16th, 2020|Exposure Alaska, Glacier Trekking, Ice Climbing, Matanuska Glacier|Comments Off on Alaska Glacier Climbing Experience

Gear Advice – A Guide to Layering

When exploring the Alaska, especially Prince William Sound or Matanuska Valley, it is important to be prepared for any weather. These features sits in a valley where the weather is unpredictable and quick to change. At Exposure Alaska, in conjunction with MICA Guides, we tell our clients to dress in layers: a base layer, an insulating layer, and a waterproof layer. Dress this way [...]

By |2019-12-26T15:32:20-09:00November 25th, 2019|Alaska Backpacking, Alaska Expedition, Alaska Kayaking, Gear Information, Glacier Activities, Matanuska Glacier, Prince William Sound|Comments Off on Gear Advice – A Guide to Layering