Bear Mountain Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBear Mountain Lodge Nikiski
Great time. We went to see and photograph coastal brown bears and that was definitely accomplished. The owners and operators were very fun and very nice. It's not a fancy place, it's a place to go to have a chance to safely observe and learn about bears. I recommend this place highly.
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What a great time we had at Lake Clark National Park and Bear Mountain Lodge. We flew in a little 6 seat airplane with our pilot Tim from Natron Air. What a beautiful flight. It was cloudy when we left, but we climbed above the clouds and as we flew over the Cook Inlet the clouds lifted revealing the beautiful mountains. It was a about an hour …
All week we would go to the mouth of the Silver Salmon Creek to look for bears feasting on silver salmon, but no luck. It reminded Julie and me of spending 10 days in Iceland to photograph the Aurora Borealis with no luck. On Friday, our last full day at Silver Salmon Creek Lodge, our luck ...
Join us on our excursion from the Silver Salmon Creek Lodge to Duck Island where we photographed wildlife other than bears. Why is Duck Island named Duck Island when there are no ducks on Duck Island? Because when Captain Cook discovered this area (part of what is now named Cook Inlet), he saw these strange looking birds and thought they were ducks. What they actually were were puffins. ...
We're in Anchorage at the moment ready to fly back to Florida this evening. I was going to say "ready to fly back home", but "home" for us is wherever we are, although we are looking forward to sleeping in our own bed tomorrow.
Here are 10 photos taken at Silver Salmon Creek in Lake Clark National Park last Thursday early in the morning. As you'll see the light was fantastic as it danced on the tide pools in the huge mud flats here in the Cook Inlet. We were ...
... 30 am, eat breakfast at 8 am, view bears the rest of the morning, eat lunch at 1 pm, take a break, and view bears later in the afternoon, and eat dinner at 7 pm. Sometimes we go out after supper as well when the bears are more active. Meals are served family style.
In this blog you'll find a selection of photos and a video by Julie. Enjoy