Kenai Alaska Bear Viewing
Experience Alaska Bear Viewing on the Kenai Peninsula
Kenai Bear viewing is an ever-increasing desire of clients to participate in. While during the late fishing season on the Kenai River, August and September they can occasionally be seen. During late June and July the best predictable location to view a bear or two is at Wolverine Creek. We utilize High Adventure to fly our clients across Cook Inlet to that location.
This Kenai trip is a combination sockeye fishing/bear viewing experience. When you land, there is a guide and boat waiting, from which you will fish and view.
Another bear viewing opportunity is on the other side of Cook Inlet at Chanitna bay. There are several ways to participate in this activity including flying over there or taking a boat. There is a private in holding within the federal area and a local lodge has several daily packages available. We can additionally use a local charter boat to transport you there. The final option is to utilize an air carrier out of Homer, AK.