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A glacier is a geological formation of ice.
Glacier may also refer to:
- Amazon Glacier, a cloud archiving service
- Glacier (band), a Japanese rock band
- Glacier Bay, located in southeastern Alaska
- Glacier, British Columbia, an unincorporated settlement in the Rogers Pass, British Columbia, Canada
- Glacier County, Montana, in northwestern Montana, adjacent to the U.S.-Canada border
- Glacier Pass, a pass on Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada
- Glacier Peak, a mountain in the North Cascades of Washington, United States
- Glacier Peak (Canadian Rockies), a mountain on the Alberta-British Columbia border in Kootenay National Park, Canada
- Glacier Pikes, a volcano in British Columbia
- Glacier View, Alaska, a census-designated place in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough
- Glacier, Washington, a census-designated place in Whatcom County, Washington
- Glacier (wrestler) (born 1964), name Ray Lloyd, American martial artist, professional wrestler, and actor
- Quad Glacier, a larger and more powerful version of the Mooninites' quad laser attack
- USS Glacier, a former Icebreaker of the United States Navy and Coast Guard (AGB-4 and WAGB-4)
- Glacial period
- Glacial (short story)
- Glacier National Park (Canada) in British Columbia, Canada
- Glacier National Park (U.S.) in Montana, United States
- Ice age
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