Anvers Island lies off the coast of the Antarctic Peninsula with the Gerlache Strait and the Neumayer Channe to the east. Like all land here, Anvers Island is covered with glaciers. They run down to the sea, but are in retreat and leave behind moraines and debris. Palmer Station is a collection of blue metal buildings mostly two stories high and is built upon a rocky spit of land sticking out into the bay. Around it are small inlets, chunks of ice butting up against the stone and a small dock. Climb the nearby hill for the panoramic view with the Neumayer and the Gerlache to the left and the open sea approach to the right.
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