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Bear Flight-Seeing Trips

Lake Clark National Park and the surrounding Alaskan wilderness is home to a stunning population of wild brown bears living, hunting, and thriving in their natural habitat. The flight-seeing trips offered by Talon Air Service offer a unique way to observe these staples of the American wilderness paradigm without interfering with their environment. Because the animals are wild, and therefore unaware of human presence when you're thousands of feet up in a plane, they act in a completely natural and unhindered manner. Depending on the time of year, visitors will have the opportunity to fly over either Wolverine Creek (in the Big River Lakes region) or Crescent Lake (in the West Cook Inlet region). Check out our table below to see pricing and calendar availability on these trips, and begin your journey towards witnessing something truly wild and truly magnificent!

Wolverine Creek - Big River Lakes

$550 per Person¹

June 10 - Aug 20

Crescent Lake - West Cook Inlet

$595 per Person¹

(4 Person Min)

Aug 10 - Sept 15

¹Save $25 Per Person by paying with Check or Cash

²Any Taxes and / or Fees are NOT included in any of the prices listed. Prices do not include Gratuity.

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