We kick off our final day of Camp Lillis by cruising through Endicott Arm, part of the Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness area. In this designated wilderness area, there is no human influence around us; we are able to be present and embrace this truly wild place. During our expedition, we have experienced the hot sun, the coldest rains, and today, we have the perfect combination of light clouds, refreshing weather, and rays of sun shimmering on the fjord’s mountains and waters. The fjord ends and we arrive at the face of the Dawes Glacier, which we view from Zodiacs. The cracking sounds and rippling waves leave us feeling awestruck and humbled by nature. What a magical way to end such a memorable week with family and friends. Cheers to the Lillis family and all the joy they brought to National Geographic Sea Bird this week!
- Daily Expedition Reports
- 01 Aug 2022
Endicott Arm, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, 8/1/2022, National Geographic Sea Bird
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