Alaska Bear-Viewing Flights

View Alaska's brown bears in their natural habitat! 

Enjoy a six-hour guided tour to the entrance of Lake Clark Wilderness Preserve, home of Redoubt Bay Lodge and a renowned bear habitat. This tour includes a flight 70 miles southwest of Anchorage to the entrance of Lake Clark. 

Three to nine passengers can accompany you on your flight, which is fifty minutes in either direction. Your journey will be narrated by your pilot on the provided headsets. An experienced natural history guide will take you through bear country by boat, enabling you to look for bears as they fish for salmon. You never know what you will see along the way. You will be given a Redoubt Bay Field Guide that provides interesting facts about bears and a list of flora and fauna specific to this region that you may want to note on your adventure.

Enjoy a homemade lunch on the lake or visit the picturesque
lodge before your return flight to Anchorage. Don't forget
to dress in layers and bring rain gear, just in case. Binoculars and cameras are permitted. Adult and Children's rates are $459.00.

by Jetame Austi

The Last Frontier
Incredible Tales of Survival, Exploration, and Adventure from Alaska Magazine by Jill Shepherd and the editors of Alaska Magazine. 

There's no better roadside reading for the Alaska Highway than this collection of 59 feature stories drawn from 70 years of Alaska Magazine (formerly The Alaska Sportsman) issues.

Although billed as an anthology of outdoor adventure stories, this book offers more than hunting and trapping tales. The articles range from a history of the all-black  97th Division of the Army Corps of Engineers that helped build the Alaska Highway to accounts of men and women surviving alone in the wilderness.

The Smithsonian Guides to Natural America
The Pacific -- Hawaii, Alaska

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