Bear Viewing Flightseeing Tours
Bears! Bears! Bears! Two bear-viewing tours are available from July through September.
Traitors Cove - 2.5 Hours
Traitors Cove is in the pristine Tongass National Forest. An easy quarter-mile rain forest hike along a planked Forest Service trail will take you to a wildlife viewing platform overlooking a waterfall on Margaret Creek. It is a prime location from which to view black bears catching spawning salmon as they ascend the falls. A naturalist/guide will accompany you on this bear tour.
Anan Creek - 3.5 Hours
Anan Creek, 30 minutes by floatplane from Ketchikan, provides a unique opportunity for viewing wildlife. As you hike the half-mile improved forest trail along Anan Creek to a Forest Service observatory you are likely to see bald eagles, seals, mink, marten, and wolves. At the falls, you'll find brown and black bear feeding on the large salmon runs. You've heard about this; you've read about it. Now see it for yourself. It is an amazing experience!
Feel free to call us toll free at 888-801-7596 for tour times and prices or send us a message.