The source for Alaska Glacier Products water is the pristine Eklutna Lake fed by the Eklutna Glacier which was created by the Harding Ice Sheet. Measuring 7 miles long and 200 feet deep, Eklutna Lake was carved over 10,000 years ago in the Holocene time period. The lake was named Eklutna or “plural river objects” by the Alaska Native (Athabascan) people indigenous to the area.

Eklutna Lake is located just 37 miles outside of Anchorage in the Chugach State Park (a 400,000 acre state-protected area). Nestled high in the jagged peaks of Alaska’s Chugach mountains, the Eklutna Glacier flows into Eklutna Lake over 800 feet above sea level before flowing down to the sea just 17 miles away. The mineral composition of the surrounding earth and protected alpine terrain have influenced the glacier water with exceptional measures of alkalinity, dissolved solids and mineral balance.

In contrast to depleted aquifers, Eklutna Lake is continuously fed by the Eklutna Glacier at an estimated recharge rate of 175,000,000 gallons daily. AGP is committed to being a careful steward of this precious resource, using less than .1% annually in our bottles.

Distinct from surface and ground water sources that have been contaminated by human and natural causes, Eklutna Glacier melts slowly from the oldest ice underneath the glacier to form Eklutna Lake. The result is a completely pure and great tasting drinking water.

The source for Alaska Glacier Products water is the pristine Eklutna Lake fed by the Eklutna Glacier which was created by the Harding Ice Sheet. Measuring 7 miles long and 200 feet deep, Eklutna Lake was carved over 10,000 years ago in the Holocene time period. The lake was named Eklutna or “plural river objects” by the Alaska Native (Athabascan) people indigenous to the area.

Eklutna Lake is located just 37 miles outside of Anchorage in the Chugach State Park (a 400,000 acre state-protected area). Nestled high in the jagged peaks of Alaska’s Chugach mountains, the Eklutna Glacier flows into Eklutna Lake over 800 feet above sea level before flowing down to the sea just 17 miles away. The mineral composition of the surrounding earth and protected alpine terrain have influenced the glacier water with exceptional measures of alkalinity, dissolved solids and mineral balance.

In contrast to depleted aquifers, Eklutna Lake is continuously fed by the Eklutna Glacier at an estimated recharge rate of 175,000 gallons daily. AGP is committed to being a careful steward of this precious resource, using less than .1% annually in our bottles.

Distinct from surface and ground water sources that have been contaminated by human and natural causes, Eklutna Glacier melts slowly from the oldest ice underneath the glacier to form Eklutna Lake. The result is a completely pure and great tasting drinking water.