Scenic 30-minute floatplane flight to Pack Creek Bear Sanctuary – Be sure to have your camera ready as you glide over the Tongass National Forest and look out for brown bears along shoreline before touching down in Pack Creek.
Follow your guide to the viewing spit or observation tower – This pristine environment is located on Admiralty Island, home to the highest concentration of brown bears in the world! Brown bear viewing is best mid-May – mid-June and during the peak of the salmon run, late July-August.
Observe brown bears catching salmon in the creek – Brown bears may be seen at any time while ashore. The guide will direct you to the best spots for photography.
Scenic 30-minute floatplane flight to Waterfall Creek – Be sure to have your camera ready as you glide over amazing landscapes and look out for marine wildlife below before touching down at Waterfall Creek.
Follow your guide on a short hike to the viewing area, overlooking a beautiful waterfall – This is a relatively unknown, remote wilderness location that provides unmatched brown bear viewing during the peak of the salmon run, late July-August.
Observe brown bears catching salmon in the waterfall and rapids – Brown bears may be seen at any time while ashore. The guide will direct you to the best spots for viewing and photography.
Scenic 30-minute floatplane flight and glacier lake landing at the Norris Glacier – Enjoy breathtaking views of the Tongass National Forest, majestic mountain peaks, and the Juneau Icefield on a scenic flight to your destination, the Norris Glacier.
Follow your guide to Packraft Cove and begin the paddle to the glacier – This remote, wilderness environment will leave you awestruck as you paddle to the Norris Glacier in a packraft. Exchange the paddle for microspikes and trek on the glacier itself, exploring the unique moonscape environment.
Hike back from Packraft Cove to meet your plane and pilot – Enjoy the last views of the Juneau Icefield as your flight whisks you back to Juneau.