Tracy Arm, Alaska
Long and deep, scenic and spectacular, Tracy Arm stretches 30 miles through Alaskan fjord to the active, tidewater Sawyer Glaciers. Beginning south of Juneau, it skirts the Canadian border through a wilderness of water- and ice-falls. The fjord's fathomless waters meet right up with the coast, meaning that the ship can get a rare, close look at the nature on shore. Bears and their cubs amble through the forest among the moose, wolves, deer, and gorgeous white mountain goats. In some places, the cliffs on either side of the ship stretch thousands of feet into the air.