Kodiak Bear Viewing

New York Times article by Ted O'Callahan
with pictures by Kim Hubbard
Anchorage Daily News feature article National Geographic
20 Best Trips of 2011

Kodiak bear
and small group
into the
Kodiak National
Wildlife Refuge.

Bear viewing,
hiking, kayaking,
wildlife photography,
and sport fishing
from our remote
wilderness lodge.

Kodiak Treks offers small group, low-impact bear viewing excursions and world-class adventure from our wilderness lodge, located in the heart of the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. For nature enthusiasts looking to experience wild Alaska with a knowledgeable, local guide, our program is designed to make you feel comfortable in bear country as we share our knowledge of Kodiak brown bears' life cycle and habitat. One of the few programs in Alaska to offer overnight excursions into bear country, we practice 'leave no trace' ethics on all of our trips. We view non-habituated bear populations and offer a 3-5 day stay to minimize impact on bears and maximize your Alaskan experience. Offering multiple activities from the lodge, it's easy to enjoy the best Alaska has to offer from one convenient location. Harry Dodge has been hiking and guiding through Kodiak bear country for 30 years. Respected locally as a leader in the field, he is a trained biologist, wildlife advocate, and author, who never tires of introducing guests from around the world to magnificent Kodiak Island and the awesome Kodiak bear.

*** Read all about Kodiak Trek's Gold Level Award for sustainability practices.***

Listen to Kodiak radio news feature on Kodiak Treks and sustainability certification.

2014 Rates:
$375 per person/night, Singles-$400/night

Rates include all meals, excursions, equipment, guide service and lodge stay.
*Daily rates do not include roundtrip airfare from Kodiak to the Aleut Island Lodge.
Flight cost-approximately $300-$350/person, depending on group size.
Flight time approximately 40 minutes.

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Partners In Conservation:
Alaska Department of Fish & Game
Alaska Wilderness Recreation and Tourism Association


KODIAK TREKS Harry & Brigid Dodge

11754 S. Russian Cr. Rd. Kodiak, Alaska 99615

(907) 487-2122

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