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Tracy Arm Fjord

Tracy Arm Fjord is a magnificent 30 mile long glacier-carved fjord, located 50 miles southeast of Juneau. One-fifth of its size is covered in ice and during the summer months you can expect to see a flotilla of floating ice pieces and glaciers, many the sizes of double decker buses.

Tracy Arm is home to an array of wildlife including the bald eagle and the brown bear. Whale spotting is a strong possibility within the fjord and Seal spotting is almost guaranteed.

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