Bear Viewing
bear viewing

Bear Viewing in
Beautiful Alaska

See brown and black bears in their natural habitat.

fun facts

When you think
of Alaska, you
think of fish
and bears

A fly-out bear viewing trip is exactly what you think of when you plan a visit to Alaska. Our bear viewing location of choice is Wolverine Creek, and the only way to get there is by taking a scenic 30-minute flight over Cook Inlet via float equipped aircraft.

Once we land, you’ll hop into a boat and find yourself up close and personal with native Black and Brown bears, while you fish for Sockeye Salmon at the same time. It’s truly one of the most amazing Alaskan experiences you’ll ever have.

As you fly there and back you may see the majestic Alaska Range, which includes Mt. Redoubt, Mt. Spur and Mt. Iliamna; all of which are active volcanoes. On clear days you may even see Mt. Denali and Mt. Foraker.  If you’re lucky, you may also see Seals sunning themselves at low tide. And if you’re really lucky, you’ll get a glacier tour on the trip home.

Bear viewing is a once in a lifetime activity that you can’t miss if you’re planning a trip to Alaska.  Don’t worry, it’s completely safe.  We cover all the rules before you set out, and we’re there the entire time to make sure everyone (including the wildlife) are protected.

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See wild Alaska
bears up close!

Experience the fishing trip of a lifetime!

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To get started, simply fill out the form below or give us a call, and we’ll be in touch soon!  It’s that easy.

Don’t wait too long.  Dates fill up fast and pretty far in advance, so make sure to reserve your spot before they’re all gone.