Bear Viewing - Lake Clark National Park

  • Duration: 11 Hours (approx.)


  • Observe mighty Alaska brown bears fishing for salmon and frolicking in water
  • Up-close bear viewing in Lake Clark National Park from a covered pontoon boat
  • Intimate 1.25 hours scenic flight by float plane
  • Homemade lunch in the rustic lodge located in Lake Clark National Park
  • Wildlife viewing on return flight for beluga whales, moose, and Dall sheep
  • Hotel pickup/ drop-off included


Enjoy an hour and ten-minute stunning flightseeing tour via floatplane from Anchorage to Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. Your expert pilot will will land at Redoubt Mountain Lodge located on the incredible blue Crescent Lake where you will spend your day. Upon arrival you’ll meet your knowledgeable bear viewing guide who will escort you by covered pontoon boat to lakeside areas where bears feed on spawning wild Alaska salmon.

Situated at the headwaters of Bristol Bay, Lake Clark National Park and Preserve is an epitome of the Alaska wilderness landscape. At four million acres, the Park encompasses volcanoes, jagged mountains, glaciers, wild rivers, waterfalls and diverse Alaska wildlife populations. You’ll never forget your visit to one of America’s most inaccessible national parks!

Price: $995.00 per person + $6 Lake Clark National Park Entrance Fee + 3% transportation fee

What's Included:

  • Transportation from your location in Anchorage
  • Round trip scenic flight to Crescent Lake in Lake Clark National Park
  • Services of professional Alaskan bush pilot
  • Homemade lunch in the rustic lodge located in Lake Clark National Park

What to Bring:

  • Sturdy, comfortable footwear
  • Warm, layered, comfortable clothing