Alaska Glacier Bay National Park is located in southeastern Alaska. It is one of UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park is best known for its massive glaciers, but is also an ideal destination for those seeking wildlife, kayaking, or simply a chance to get away. Glacier Bay National Park attracts 300,000 visitors annually. It is one of the top places in the state for whale watching. There are several tidewater glaciers and even more alpine glaciers in Glacier Bay. The tallest of these ranges, the Fairweather Range, features mountains that stretch as high as 15,320 feet.