Rainbow King Lodge

Address: located on the shores of Lake Iliamna, Iliamna, Alaska, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on located on the shores of Lake Iliamna, Iliamna.
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      Grizzlies and More Grizzlies

      A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Sep 08, 2014

      3 comments, 44 photos

      ... of the lake observing grizzlies. We spent about 1 hours just watching them stalk and catch fish. They are lonesome creatures and only have another bear with them if they have cubs. We saw mostly females as the boars go up higher into the mountains. The females don’t want them around as they can attack the cubs. It was fascinating.

      Lunch was back at the lodge where we were fed fresh salmon and salad. Then it was back out on the boat until about ...

      Fickle Fog

      A travel blog entry by imageyonder on Aug 22, 2014

      5 photos

      ... Although Lisa found one all too easily when she walked out the front door and "Looper" was at the bottom of the steps. It's not clear who was the most shocked. Looper tends to visit the lodge and return to the beach and back regularly, hence "Looper".
      There are some non-bear moments too: photographing dew on the spiderwebs, or walking the bear path through the forest and out into a sedge meadow ...

      Real Teddy Bears

      A travel blog entry by imageyonder on Aug 19, 2014

      7 photos

      ... Peninsula and across the Cook Inlet to the remote region that is the Lake Clark National Park and Reserve. After an hour passing the snow capped mountains and volcanoes of Alaska's interior, we swoop down from 11,000 feet, curl round and drop onto the beach. Fortunately we have "balloon" tyres for the purpose, so we pull up perfectly aligned with the waiting crew from the Alaska Homestead Lodge. Still, I'm ...

      The BEARS

      A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 17, 2014

      13 photos

      ... about. But finally, after numerous near-encounters (which sent the Park Rangers and bear technicians running to ensure that people kept their distance), word made it around that the cub-adult had caught a fish - an encouraging sign that despite being prematurely separated from his mother, he might just have the survival instincts and skills required to make it on his own. This gave us hope, Carolyn and me, for the bear’s survival. But one park ...

      Bears, Big and Small

      A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 14, 2014

      17 photos

      ... at the lodge, we cross the mouth of the Brooks River and head toward the Falls. Our calls (“Hey Bear, “Ho Bear”) grow more insistent (rapid, louder) as we approach, prompted not only by memory (10 years ago, on the same trail, my wife Maureen and I watched as two bear cubs came careening down and to a screeching halt a mere 10 feet in front of our young daughters, Anika and Kara, before sulking quietly away into the woods) but the recent, ...