There are two bear viewing sessions scheduled each day, led by the award-winning and knowledgeable guides,
where you’ll have the opportunity to see the bears in their natural habitat. If you travel in spring, you’ll be taken to the estuary to watch the bears graze on grasses and sedges and engage in mating rituals. The mountaintops will still be snow-covered and the valley floor is full of flowers and berries. if you travel in autumn, you’ll be able to see the bears demonstrating their own fishing styles as they hunt for Pacific salmon along the coast, and the cubs feed in the river.
As well as birds, you can see deer and birds such as bald eagles, waterfowl and warblers in spring, and the salmon run in autumn attracts fish-eating birds such as gulls, bald eagles and ravens.
For all activities, you will be provided with gear such as raincoats, wellies, scarves and hats, and each room is provided with a pair of binoculars which you can take with you.
In between bear viewing, you will be able to join a guided activity such as an interpretive walk to spot bear tracks, a visit to a viewing platform on the river or a boat trip to waterfalls or out into the estuary.