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Absolutely amazing!

We saw this magnificent glacier from our ship and it was amazing! I highly recommend seeing this... read more

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Julie H
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Birmingham, Alabama
Hubbard Glacier breathtaking in size, worth the extra cruising time!

We were aboard the Disney Wonder on her once a year 9-day itinerary which includes the Hubbard... read more

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Bender222222
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First mapped in 1895, Hubbard is considered the largest tidewater glacier in North America.
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Reviewed today

We saw this magnificent glacier from our ship and it was amazing! I highly recommend seeing this glacier if you have the opportunity.

Thank Julie H
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We were aboard the Disney Wonder on her once a year 9-day itinerary which includes the Hubbard Glacier. I was mildly curious how this would differ from Tracy Arm, the usual glacier fjord on this and all other Disney Wonder Alaskan itineraries. It Was Incredible!!...More

Thank Bender222222
Reviewed 3 days ago

This was the last "stop" on our Alaska cruise and it was breathtaking. If you get a chance to cruise and visit this landmark I definitely recommend it.

Thank chadnipp
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We were simply transfixed just taking in this gorgeous setting. We were on a Regent cruise and our captain as well took a few turns around the glacier so that everyone could have a great view and great photographic perspectives. A very special morning.

Thank Michaela
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We saw the glacier on the Holland America 14 day cruise. It was part of the scenic cruising days where they pulled up as close as physically possible. It was absolutely amazing seeing the massivensss of nature and the calving that occurred. Going into the...More

Thank Renee S
Reviewed 5 days ago

We had the opportunity to get an up close and personal view of the Hubbard Glacier while on a Cruise Ship with Royal Caribbean cruise lines. The glacier is beautiful, the colors just pop! It is something to witness when the glacier "Thunders" and an...More

Thank Diane A
Reviewed 1 week ago

Tied with Glacier Bay as one of the best Alaskan glaciers accessible from the Pacific Ocean. Try to choose a cruise that includes the Hubbard Glacier.

Thank Dave_in_Reno
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is about 120 Kms long, 5 kms wide and at least 7-10 stories high!! Quite an amazing sight from the ship deck even though it is icy cold!

Thank rohitsabherwal9
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were lucky to have a fairly clear day and good weather. The glacier was a sight to behold. We have seen better while cruising through Cape Horn since we were much closer and saw more vibrant aqua colors. The Hubbard Glacier was still nice...More

1  Thank shapgo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

So glad we had a clear day when my cruise arrived at Hubbard Glacier! The ship did two full spins in the bay. Truly one of the highlights of our time in Alaska!

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Partly Sunny. High around 58...I have no idea. You are asking for a scientific prediction,
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In early June I was wearing shorts and it was about 70 F
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