Tracy Arm Fjord

Tracy Arm Fjord is a narrow, steep-walled inlet in Alaska, USA, located about 48 miles south of Juneau. The fjord is surrounded by the Tongass National Forest, and is home to glaciers, waterfalls, and wildlife, including bears, wolves, and mountain goats. The fjord is also a popular destination for cruises and kayaking. The twin Sawyer glaciers at the end of the fjord are also a popular destination to see and experience the calving glaciers.

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