A waterfall flows from a melting glacier in the Stikine icefields near Devils Thumb. The Stikine Icecap, seen from the air, straddles Alaska and British Columbia and is known to climbers for its technically demanding and dangerous peaks and spires of granite.
- MELISSA FARLOW
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- 2141x3081 / 1.9MB
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- Tongass_National Geographic magazine_7/2007