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Current Iceberg

Where Northeast of Club Penguin Island.
Opened March 29, 2006
Closed Still open
Mini-Games Aqua Grabber
Room ID 805
Tour Description
Here we are on the Iceberg. It might not look like much... but it's a jackhammering hot spot! You can also dive for treasure... in the Aqua Grabber!

The Iceberg is a location near Club Penguin Island. It is (as its name implies) an iceberg on the northeastern part of the island, and is considered a secret room (although it can be accessible via the Map, EPF Spy Phone, and via Jet Pack Adventure). It is currently the only secret room visible on the Map, which means that it's not marked with a roll-over label indicating its presence. To the east of the room is the Aqua Grabber which, once clicked on, allows you to launch the Aqua Grabber game.

Tipping the Iceberg

Many penguins believe that it is possible to tip the Iceberg, though a falsely successful attempt was in a WaddleOn video.[1]

However, penguins try daily to tip the Iceberg. They do this by attracting more people to come to the room and using hard hats to "drill" on the ice.

The closest the Iceberg came to tipping was when it melted during the April Fools Party 2008.

Tipping the Iceberg is not possible, there is no function in the Swf contents that could cause such an event. The only thing achievable from multiple penguins drilling on the Ice Berg is the Berg Drill! Stamp.


Pins that were/are located there

A list of all the pins hidden in the Iceberg are listed below:


  • It is the only main room in Club Penguin that is not connected to the main island.
  • It is not possible to tip the Iceberg, but while 30 penguins or more will be drilling using any hard hat, the Berg Drill! stamp can be obtained.
  • It's the only place that you can't access by waddling.
  • One of the 101 Days of Fun activities was to try to tip the Iceberg.
  • There was actually a C. megalodon (large prehistoric shark) frozen in the iceberg, as revealed at the Prehistoric Party 2013. This may explain why the iceberg had never moved and the iceberg's hump.
  • However, the Megalodon escaped the Iceberg, as seen in the Prehistoric Party 2014.
  • After the update on July 11, 2013, the Iceberg could be seen from the Mine Shack; however, it can not be accessed from there.
    • It can also be seen from the Skate Park, but cannot be accessed from there either.
  • In issue #432 of the Club Penguin Times, Aunt Arctic said there is a rumor about something swimming around the Iceberg, a reference to the Megalodon from the Prehistoric Party 2014.
    • This may also be a reference to the rumors about Megalodons still alive and to "Submarine", a real life giant Shark who is rumored to be a Megalodon.
  • The Iceberg could be renovated soon, as inferred by Gary in the Club Penguin Times. According to Gary, the present day Forest changed due to changes in the past, and the Iceberg was changed in the past too, meaning a possible renovation at a future date.[2]
  • Since the Prehistoric Party 2014 ended, the Megalodon could be seen swimming to the left of the Iceberg every hour.


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