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Redoubt Bay Bear Viewing

View Alaska black and brown bears in their natural habitat on a guided, fly-out Alaska bear watching trip at Redoubt Bay Lodge. Located just 70 miles southwest of Anchorage, this rustic lodge is situated just outside the entrance of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. Home to one of the most concentrated bear populations in the State of Alaska, view these magnificent animals from a covered pontoon boat with the help of experienced naturalist guides. After enjoying a hot lunch in the main lodge, make the return flight to Anchorage.

Guests are required to bring sturdy footwear and an extra pair of socks are highly recommended. Your shoes may end up covered by glacial flour; finely ground rock the glacier has created that reportedly makes for remarkably good facials.

This tour does require walking for about 2 hours. Our fully-guided transportation includes a pick up at your hotel in Anchorage, water and snacks in the touring vehicle. As well as, for lunch overlooking the glacier while enjoying delicious Alaskan fare.


  • 50 minute scenic flightseeing trip from Anchorage
  • Redoubt Bay Field Guide with bear, flora, and fauna facts
  • Alaska brown and black bear watching in a covered pontoon boat
  • Interactive experience with Alaska natural history guides
Getting Here

In Anchorage, go west on International Airport Road West. Take the North Terminal exit at Postmark Drive, then take the first right onto Heliport (a very short road—follow the signs for the Alaska Aviation Museum). At the first stop sign, turn right onto Aircraft Drive. Rust’s Flying Service is on the left (Look for the big hangar, the office is tucked behind it).

GPS Coordinates: 

Driving here in a car with GPS? Enter the following coordinates into your GPS unit: Latitude 61.104167"N and Longitude -149.442222"W.

Why Choose Pursuit?

Every person you meet from the first phone call to our tour guides and hotel staff are local experts

We own and operate some of the top tours and lodges in Alaska’s most iconic locations

Our tours take you farther than any other in Alaska, so you'll see the most secluded and pristine places

We live with a passion for place and a sincere desire to create life-changing experiences

Questions? Contact our Local Experts

A member of our team will respond within 24 hours (weekdays) and 48 hours (weekends).

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