"The Adams Inlet." Top 5 Page for this destination Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve Things to Do Tip by richiecdisc


The night before we had perhaps our nicest camp with steady winds fending off any insects and a wide ample beach to cook on and not really worry about bears sneaking up on you. There was even that rangy moose that I never got a photo of, but it somehow lacked the sheer beauty to make it perfect. When we got to the Adams Inlet, it appeared we had finally found our Shangri-la. It was a captivating setting that had us wondering why we hadn?t chosen it as our whole trip. There was a loop here that was evidently full of wildlife. No glaciers but a pack of wolves were said to inhabit the area. Our paradise became hellish as swarms of mosquitoes relished in the breezeless cove. The mirror like water had its downfall after all. We got into the tent with the fly off and enjoyed the views from the safe screened enclosure. Soon we did in fact hear the wolves howling in the distance. Perhaps things can never be perfect, but sometimes they are close enough.

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  • Written Oct 4, 2002
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