Bear Viewing trips
With High Adventure
High Adventure is a full-service air charter business.

We own and operate 3 DeHaviland Beavers and a Piper Super Cub, offering you the variety
and economy best suited for your air charter needs. When you fly with High Adventure Air
Charter you benefit from an Alaskan business that has provided our customers with safe
reliable air transportation and outdoor fun for over 30 years. We meticulously maintain our
aircraft in accordance with FAA regulations.
Wolverine Creek Brown Bear Tour

Fly with us across Cook Inlet and view the majestic Alaska
Range including active volcanoes Mt. Redoubt, Mt. Spur and
Mt. Iliamna. Viewing brown bear with your professional guide,
from the safety of our comfortable boats, allows for close up
and personal bear viewing. Enjoy a fresh grilled salmon
barbeque especially for you and then a grand scenic flight
over a glacier on your return flight. This world renowned
location offers the most affordable bear viewing trip in Alaska.



Dates: 6/15 - 8/15

6 Hour Tour
1 - 3 people: $495 per person (minimum of 3)
4 - 5 people: $395 per person







Brooks Falls/Katmai National Park
Brown Bear Viewing Tours

Enjoy an incredibly scenic float plane tour as we fly 250 miles
southwest of the Kenai Peninsula to Katmai National Park and
Brooks Falls. These salmon rich streams are home to the
largest concentration of Brown Bear in the world. In this area
you will see dormant and active volcanoes including the Valley
of 10,000 Smokes. This is one of the most famous brown bear
viewing areas in the world.

Dates: 7/01 - 7/15 & 9/01 - 9/15

Seven Hour Tour:
1-6 Passengers  -  $3,250 Total

There is an additional $15 per person National Park Permit
fee. Bring along your lunch and enjoy an exceptional trip
.
Alaska Canoe &
Campground
35292 Sterling Hwy
Sterling Alaska 99672
907-26
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All Flights done in 7 Passenger Dehaviland Beavers
photos by professional
pilot & photographer
Gary Kegel