The Blackstone Waterfall is a breathtaking natural wonder that is in one of the more remote parts of Alaska. It’s part of Blackstone Glacier and believed to be created from snow and ice runoff. Because of this the best time to view this natural wonder is in the late spring to summer months when the cascading waters are flowing at their peak.
Details about Blackstone Falls
The glacial falls within the Kenai Peninsula isn’t viewable by foot or hiking trails that could lead you there. The best option is to drive to Whittier and either rent a boat or take advantage of their Glacier Quest Cruise that gives a guided tour of the waterfall and surround areas.