All participants must be in good physical condition and have the ability to hike with a daypack. Typically backpacks weigh between 15 and 20 lbs.
Participants must also be able to hike several miles each day between three and six miles per day for several days in a row. These hikes will be on a flat dirt road and a dirt trail.
This trip is limited to 12 participants.
We will be staying at the Antler’s Inn in King Salmon, Alaska on the first night of the trip and three nights at Brooks Lodge while in Katmai National Park.
All meals are included during the trip dates. Most meals are included during the trip dates. We will have a late breakfast during photography trips as we are often out early to capture the morning light.Typically, we walk to and from the Brown Bear viewing areas before each meal of the day.
The weather on the Alaskan Peninsula is variable. In past years we have had everything from beautiful, sunny days to overcast with light rain. Daytime temperatures are usually in the 60s and evenings are usually in the 50s. Remember some of the best photographs are made before, during and immediately after a storm cycle. There is no such thing as bad weather just poor layering and gear choices – please plan accordingly! For more info on what to bring please email or call us.
Meals, ground transportation, float plane to/from Brooks Falls, accommodation during the trip dates, professional photography instruction, medically certified wilderness guide.
Price Does Not Include
Airfare to/from King Salmon, alcoholic beverages, accommodations before or after the trip dates, guide & staff gratuities.