Jun 18, 2018 - National Geographic Quest
After a misty evening sail away from Juneau, we woke to clear skies in Tracy Arm – Ford’s Terror Wilderness, offering spectacular views of even the tallest snow-capped peaks within the wilderness. The Wilderness Act of 1964 defines a designated wilderness area as a place “where man remains but a visitor.” On today’s exploration of the raw and dynamic nature of the waterfall-adorned fiord landscape of Tracy Arm with an up-close Zodiac visit to Sawyer Glacier, we truly felt like visitors to this wild place. What a wonderful welcome to Southeast Alaska for this week’s expedition!
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