The King Ko Inn

Near Airport, King Salmon, Alaska, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from King Salmon

Salmon Fishing

A travel blog entry by bdsaly


... spend their days eating, building up fat for the long winter hibernation. These bears eat anything, although they don't like to work too hard for it. Salmon, incredibly plentiful if you know where to look for them, is their favourite. But if the streams and rivers aren't overflowing with salmon, the bears find it much easier to eat grasses and berries, in plentiful supply in the alpine-like meadows and forests that abut ...

Katmai National Park - Day 2

A travel blog entry by calo4


... mothers with cubs generally do their fishing. In addition, you still get a very nice view of the activities happening at the falls.

I will let the pictures do most of the talking about our bear viewing at the falls today. I think we would all agree that it was incredible and we didn’t want it to end! But, alas, all good things come to an end and we eventually had to make our way back to the lodge to catch our plane. As we approached the bridge over ...

Katmai National Park

A travel blog entry by calo4


... incredible to see all of the bears (at any one time, we saw as many as 18 bears around us and never fewer than 7 or 8. There was everything from dominant males, to momma bears with small cubs. There was a lot of posturing by the bears, making sure everyone knew the pecking order. Each bear seemed to have a favorite spot at the falls. Some were better at getting the salmon than others. When a salmon was caught, there was often a chase or skirmish that ensued. ...

The Great Alaska Bear Adventure

A travel blog entry by jackies-world


... br>

I was huffing and puffing trying to keep up.
I had to take 3 steps for their 2
so Tom put me second in line (behind him)
so I did not fall behind and become bear bait.


Katmai National Park

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

I went to the Anchorage International Airport for a flight to King Salmon just west of the Katmai National Park. I then took a bus over to the river and caught a Katmai Air float plane flight to Brooks Lodge in the park. The float plane pulled up at the beach and we were directed to the Visitor Center for our mandatory "Bear Etiquette" training course and safety talk outlining park regulations. I then took my things to the campground, set up ...


This lodge, located on Near Airport, King Salmon, is near Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews The King Ko Inn King Salmon

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