Tracy Arm Fjord, Juneau
Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
At the end of Tracy Arm Fjord are the mighty twin Sawyer Glaciers, which are actively calving. You can see chunks of ice, some the size of a building, breaking off and floating in the water. Harbor seals, mountain goats, bears, wolves, and deer are not uncommon sights. Along its 48 km (30 mi) length, the fjord offers views of the surrounding mountains, with numerous waterfalls cascading down the cliffs. Take a cruise down the fjord, but dress warmly. Plan your Tracy Arm Fjord visit and explore what else you can see and do in Juneau using our Juneau itinerary builder.
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Cruised Tracy Arm, its absolutley stunning , you just cant take enough pictures and even so they dont reflect the beauty and enormity of this place
What an amazing sight to see the most spectacular blue ice, aboard Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas heading towards this amazing Fjord something I won't forget - just amazing
I've taken two other cruises to Alaska, but the other two didn't go to Tracy Arm Fjord. I recently returned from a cruise that visited a fjord in New Zealand which was beautiful, but not as georgeous ... read more »
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