January 18, 2012
GREY GLACIER: Located at the south end of the Southern Patagonia Ice Field in Torres del Paine National Park, Grey Glacier is 17 miles of ancient ice that dumps into a lake of the same name. “Glaciers seem to weep out of the earth,” observes Heebner. “At the end of a tongue of land, the blunt face of the glacier towers above, staggering in its immensity. It is a face scarred with gashes of the deepest ultramarine blue.”
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