With nearly 300,000 residents and thousands more visitors, Anchorage is known for its cultural sites, wilderness areas and mountains including the Chugach, Kenai and Talkeetna, and its bears. YES – BEARS… Several hundred grizzly and black bear living on the outskirts of Anchorage can be seen, not in zoos or captivity, but in their natural glorious habitat, from overhead.
Bear Viewing is yet another extremely popular adventure during fly-outs which may also include destination stops for extreme outdoor sports like dog sledding, kayaking, zip-lining, and fly fishing. See majestic bears swat up fresh salmon and trout in the crystal clear streams and rivers of the Kenai Peninsula or venture north for an all-day bear watching extravaganza.
If it’s bears you seek, we got ’em!