Alaska: Lake Clark National Park Bearing Viewing Experience for 2 People

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Alaska:  Lake Clark National Park Bearing Viewing Experience for 2 People
900.00USDto PaulRitz+ (90.00) buyer's premium + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2021 Mar 13 @ 18:15UTC-9
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Mel Erickson owner of Bear Viewing In Alaska is donating an Alaskan bearing viewing experience by boat. You will depart from Anchor Point, Alaska and will cross the beautiful Cook Inlet.

You & your guest will depart on your bear viewing tour to Chinitna Bay from Anchor Point via Boat near Homer, Alaska with Captain Mel Erikson and Travel about 40 miles across Cook Inlet to land on one of several beaches in Lake Clark National Park. You will then walk to the area to view the bears in the park. Waders, & hiking pole's are provided for all guests to keep your feet dry getting off, & on the boat. This allows you to walk across the tide flats and cross creeks to get closer to some bears in different locations other than the main viewing spots.
The boat ride takes 1.5 hours each way and the scenery along the coast is breathtaking. On most days you will see glaciers, volcanoes, waterfalls, whales, sea birds, bald eagles and of course bears.
Lake Clark National Park is one of the best places in the world to view Alaska brown bears. Most days we will see 20-30 bears.

Lake Clark, has a population of several thousand brown/grizzly bears, compared to only a few hundred grizzly bears in Denali National Park.

Bear viewing trips in Lake Clark National Park is also unique because large numbers of bears gather on the coast around food sources such as clams, sedge grass meadows, and salmon streams.

​Lake Clark National Park coast is home to many other animals and it is common to see bald eagles, wolves, foxes, seals, sea lions, puffins, in addition to brown bears. Lake Clark National Park is only accessible by boat or bush plane. Being so remote it is the least visited park in the national park system and offers a true wilderness experience with very few other people,. There are no platforms, time limits, or waiting lines to see the bears and unlike McNeil River there is no lottery to enter to receive a permit to view bears, Landing on a beach in the middle of the Alaskan wilderness among wild brown bears is an experience of a lifetime and of sheer amazement.

The winning bidder will join two additional people on the boat or can add two additional friends at $495 each for a total of four people on the boat.

This donation is for 2021

For more information, Contact Mel by email at Gamefish@alaska.net His website is www.bearviewinginalaska.com

Donation Value: $990