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Upper Girdwood Valley in Fall

Upper Girdwood Valley in Fall

Upper Girdwood Valley in Fall

Upper Girdwood Valley in Fall

Upper Girdwood Valley in Fall

Photos by Mike Edgington

Mike Edgington took advantage of this year’s fine fall weather to explore the highlands of Girdwood Valley and absorb its magnificent perspectives and glaciers.

Upper left, clockwise:
Alyeska Glacier;
Classic view of Raven Glacier from Crow Pass;
Crow Glacier;
Fireweed in Upper Winner Creek;
Crevasses on Milk Glacier;
Girdwood from Teacup Bowl;
Max’s Mountain from Teacup Bowl;
Glacier City Gazette mascot, Ozzy, at Crow Pass cabin;
Hiker against Raven Glacier from Crow Glacier;
Tourists on a guided nature hike by Alyeska Bowl