Katmai Lodge

Address: 1515 Pacific Ave,ste E Everett, Wa 98201, King Salmon, Alaska, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on 1515 Pacific Ave,ste E Everett, Wa 98201, King Salmon.
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      Travel Blogs from King Salmon

      King Salmon

      A travel blog entry by n6tk on Aug 19, 2014

      4 comments, 3 photos

      ... covered in dirt, that moans quietly everytime it has to turn a corner. Or maybe it's more like whale singing. And it sounds like the muffler or something is banging on the road every time it hits a pothole and there are thousands of them on these gravel roads. But what do you expect for a hundred bucks? It did take us to Nak-Nek, the only town you can get to without a boat or plane. And Nak-Nek is home to the famous Red Dog Inn, which is home to the worst fishburger ...

      The BEARS

      A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 17, 2014

      13 photos

      We wake atop of Dumpling Mountain after a restful night’s sleep - so restful that we’ve missed breakfast at the dining hall, which ended at 8:30! We briefly debate whether or not our friends will worry if we don’t immediately head for the campground; but opt to sleep in for another hour. We finally rally, then hike down (“Hey Bear”, “Ho Bear”) to the dining hall for coffee and decide to kill the hour until lunch starts ...

      Bears, Big and Small

      A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 14, 2014

      17 photos

      ... the falls to find half a dozen large adult bears lying in wait: three or so at the base of the falls, facing upstream, two perched on the precipice of the falls, facing downstream, and a few on the banks or wading in the river. It isn’t long before another bear gets a fish, and we watch in awe as he methodically, even delicately, eats it live - first the skin, then the eggs, then the brain. The flesh discarded - sign of a well-fed bear. The seagulls ...

      Bear viewing flght

      A travel blog entry by wcattell on Jun 18, 2014

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... we saw two large bears approximately 100 metres away. In this area of Alaska there are only brown grizzly's and they have the reputation of being the biggest bears. As we slowly approached the large sow and male bear we would stop from time to time to let the bears get used to us. The male bear was trying to win the affections of the sow and she would have nothing of it. Each time the male bear would approach the sow she would move further away, If the male ...

      Salmon Fishing

      A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Jul 24, 2013

      5 comments, 39 photos

      ... before it can be grabbed by another bear or one of the flock of ever-watchful gulls and crows.

      We wore hip waders, so were actually able to stand in the stream to watch this spectacle. And even reciprocated when our guide warned us at one moment to move back as a bear approached, Sandra missed her footing and fell backwards into the stream. Sandra emerged very wet, but otherwise unharmed. The bears seemed rather ...

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