Bear Viewing: Day Tour from Anchorage
Fly over Alaska’s snow-capped mountains on your way to the Lake Clark Wilderness Preserve, home to brown and black bears. You’ll have the opportunity to watch America’s largest land predators in a variety of natural habitats.
Fly over some of the most scenic parts of Alaska
Visit Lake Clark Wilderness Preserve for brown and black bear viewing
See North America's largest land predator in its natural habitat
The Wilderness Preserve is one of the best spots for viewing North America’s largest land predators and it’s also home to Redoubt Bay Lodge.
Your 6-hour excursion begins with a flight over glaciers and snow-capped mountains, landing at Redoubt Bay where you’ll have the chance to observe brown and black bears close up. You’ll marvel at the beauty of these magnificent creatures as you watch them play in the water and fish for salmon!
During the summer the bears gather along the preserve’s streams to feast on spawning salmon, building up their weight in preparation for a long winter of hibernation. In the peak of the season, we have spotted as many as 50 bears. Many of our visitors see bears shortly after landing at Redoubt Bay.
You’ll receive instruction on safety and how to conduct yourself in "Bear Country". The long days of the Alaskan summer mean that there’s plenty of time in the field to view bears at your leisure.
• Air and land transportation between Anchorage and bear viewing point
• Naturalist guide
What's Not Included:
• Lunch (can be purchased separately)
Good to Know:
We recommend that you bring binoculars, rain gear, bug spray, and sunglasses. You also should bring along a jacket and hat or hooded parka. Don't forget your camera!
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