Bear Viewing

Brooks Falls

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Spend the day with your own chartered aircraft and pilot for a flight to legendary Brooks Camp in Katmai National Park. Enroute enjoy some of the most spectacular scenery Alaska has to offer. Once on the ground you will be met by a park service ranger who will give you a briefing of the park.

Following a short trek to the world famous Brooks Falls, you will discover some of the world's largest carnivores feeding on migrating salmon.

10 hours / $899/person (group of 3 or more) $1,350/person (group of 2)

Redoubt Mtn. Lodge

redoubt lodgeBegin your adventure with a scenic 70-minute flight viewing dramatic mountain ranges, active volcanoes and untouched Alaska landscape. Arrive at Redoubt Mountain Lodge (RML) and take in the scenery of a true wilderness setting within Lake Clark National Park. RML sits in the heart of the Chigmit Mountains on the glacier-fed waters of Crescent Lake. Its namesake, Redoubt Volcano, is only 8 miles from the lodge and offers a surreal backdrop to an already stunning setting.



Tour by boat around the lake & river watching Brown bears teach their young to fish and forage. Watch as these amazing creatures chase spawning salmon through shallow pools. Professional guides will accompany you and provide information on wildlife and the surrounding area. Take a mid-day break and enjoy a prepared lunch back at the lodge. No crowds or other lodges just solitude and wildlife.

10 hours / $899 each person (group of 3 or more); $1,250 each person (group of 2)
Half Day Bear View with Redoubt Mountain Lodge - $750 each


 

Additional Information

  • Clothing: Wear layered clothing for comfort & warmth rain or shine and shoes suitable for walking/light hiking in the Great Alaskan Outdoors.
  • Medication: In the event of a weather delay out in the field, it is a good idea to carry any medication that you need with you.
  • Do not book your flight out of Anchorage the same day that you go on an all-day bear viewing excursion: Unforeseen delays such as weather or sleeping bears may delay your arrival back into Anchorage.