Endicott Arm Fjord is part of Alaska's Fords Terror Wilderness park covering a total area of approx 2643 km2 (1020 ml2). The park consists of two deep-water narrow fjords - Tracy Arm (north) and Endicott Arm (south). Endicott Arm has length of 45 km (28 ml) and around 20% of the waterway is ice covered. During the summer, the fjord has considerable floating ice.
The most common tour boat and cruise ship access to the fjord system is via Stephens Passage and Holkham Bay. Most cruise itineraries start from Juneau AK. The other way to enjoy the amazing fjord scenery (rugged mountains, deep valleys, mighty waterfalls) and wildlife (bears, deer, eagles, harbor seals) are float plane tours with departures from Juneau and Petersburg (Mitkof Island). While Tracy Arm is often included as tour destination in larger cruise liners' Alaskan itineraries, Endicott Arm is visited mainly by smaller ships. It could also be a substitute destination for Trcy Arm.
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