Taku Glacier

Taku Glacier, a tidewater glacier largely within the Tongrass National Forest, is the deepest and thickest alpine temperate glacier known in the world – 1,477 m (4,845 feet ) thick and 58 kms (36 m) long



And we had the best salmon ever πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹ at Taku Lodge. It’s caught from the Taku River and is truly worth the trip:

⁃ Abu Dhabi-Los Angeles ( 16-hour flight )✈️

⁃ Los Angeles-Seattle (around 3-hour flight ) ✈️

⁃ Seattle-Juneau 🚒 (two nights)

⁃ Juneau- Taku Lodge seaplane πŸ›¬ (50 minutes)

With these complicated logistics I know I’m not going to enjoy this feast again in the near future and my only consolation is that I don’t need to satisfy any pregnancy cravings πŸ’πŸ»β€β™€

I got the recipe online but I’m certain it wouldn’t taste the same without the beautiful scenery and atmosphere


Taku Glacier Lodge





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