Life on Ice
The Mountaineers Program Center 7700 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle
Over the course of two months on Malaspina Glacier, they watch a world in transformation. Dramatic coastal erosion, newborn lakes, vanishing rivers, giant bears, and forests on shifting ice make this 1000-square-mile glacier one of the most dynamic places in the world. Along with the challenges, their experience is defined by this extraordinary piedmont glacier, the last of a dying breed, and by the day-to-day of trekking as a family.
Life on Ice was sponsored in part by The Mountaineers Foundation.
To learn more follow this link: http://groundtruthtrekking.org/Journeys/LifeOnIce.html