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PO Box 1127 , Soldotna- 99669
Alaska , United States  United States
Today (Sunday) Open 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM

Bear Viewing in Alaska - Soldotna

Bearviewinginalaska.com offers bear facts, destinations for viewing bears in the wild, maps, photographs and specifics about a bear photo safari. Chinitna Bay Bear Tours will take you by boat, or plane to the remote pristine wilderness of Lake Clark National Park.

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Monday 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Tuesday 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Wednesday 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Thursday 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Friday 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Saturday 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM

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Big River Lakes (Wolverine Creek):This trip also is accessed via float plane and is a short 15 minute flight from Nikiski.After landing on Big River Lakes we will board a small Jon Boat and run over to a small creek where salmon are congregated we will stay in the boat the entire time waiting for a bear to come out to try to catch a fish, we usually always see bears on this trip but mostly small sub adult cubs that have just been kicked out from mom..

This is a popular location for fly out fishing by air taxis and bear viewers from anchorage so there will be multiple boats, and people around compared to Chintina Bay.

At Chinitna Bay Bear Viewing Tours, & Alaskan Gamefisher we offer some of the best guided fishing trips for halibut and salmon charters, aiming to provide an unrivaled experience for you while you plan a vacation in Alaska. Our Alaska fishing lodge is located in Solddotna, We are road accessible on the Kenai peninsula 150 miles south of Anchorage. Rainbow trout, silver salmon, red salmon, Alaska king salmon in salt & freshwater are just a few types of fish you might catch.

Of course, getting around is both challenging and exciting in Alaska. We have bush planes equipped with floats & several boats which take you to these areas as well as saltwater and freshwater locations of Homer, Anchor Point, Kenai River, and Seward. Each package trip from Chinitna Bay Bear Tours embraces the exciting opportunity of incredible fishing. Further, every package holds with it the fishing equipment, boat, crew and lodging.

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We depart our bear viewing tours to Chinitna Bay from Anchor Point via Boat near Homer, Alaska and Travel about 40 miles across Cook Inlet to land on one of several beaches in Lake Clark National Parks. We then walk to the area to view the bears in the park.

Our boat ride takes 1.5 hours each way and the scenery along the coast is breathtaking. On most days you will see glaciers, volcanoes, waterfalls, whales, sea birds, bald eagles and of course bears.

Lake Clark National Park is one of the best places in the world to view Alaska brown bears. Most days we will see 20-40 bears.Lake Clark, has a population of several thousand brown/grizzly bears,compared to only a few hundred grizzly bears in Denali National Park.

Bear viewing trips in Lake Clark National Park is also better because large numbers of bears gather on the coast around food sources such as clams, sedge grass meadows and salmon streams.

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