Mendenhall Glacier Trek in Alaska is perhaps the best adventurous activities in the Northern American region.
The adventurous expedition starts with a 4-mile hike covering one of the largest rainforests in the world, The Tongass National Forest. The short but tedious trail takes you through the dense woods, ponds and rocky ridges. The strenuous hike shouts an vertical elevation of 800 feet shouldered with slippery slopes. Though, the distance is around 4 miles, one can reach the final ride in about 3 hours and sight a spiky face of the Mendenhall Glacier in the backdrop.
To make the most of the trip, one can take up the private tour, where the guide would take you on a tour covering the other features of the glacier, which includes a blue well, an ice cave and a ice canyon cracked by melted water. So, how about spending a day on the ice? After all, everyday is unique experience on the Mendenhall Glacier.