This morning, we arrived to Gustavus, a small town at the entrance of the 3.3 million acres that make up Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. We started with a pre-breakfast hike through the forest that surrounds the area. We then took off aboard National Geographic Venture to head up the fjords. Our destination today is Johns Hopkins Glacier. Roughly 65 miles from Gustavus, this entire fjord system was covered in ice just 350 years ago. We had a fantastic day spotting wildlife from the bow and observing the epic face of the tidewater glaciers.