Why Take This Tour?
Explore a wildlife rich slice of Alaska, set in the scenic wilderness settings of Lake Clark National Park, and the Chugach National Forest Wilderness of Prince William Sound. Get off the beaten path and experience unparalleled photographic and wildlife viewing opportunities, while part of a small group. Begin the journey with an exploration of the remote corners of Prince William Sound on a five-day voyage, observing wildlife such as black bear, sea otters, harbor seals, whales, sea lions and puffins, amidst a spectacular blend of mountain, forest, and glacial scenery. Next take a scenic bush flight to one of the most remote and road less national Parks in Alaska; Lake Clark. Stay in a comfortable lodge for 3 days of intimate bear viewing, where you are on the ground with coastal brown bears as they feed, nurse, mate and play in the lush green, flower filled meadows.
About your guides, Bill Mohrwinkle & Hugh Rose
Bill has lived and guided in Alaska for 25 years. He has extensive experience throughout Alaska including being part owner of a guiding business in the Arctic for 10 years, guiding sea kayaking trips in Prince William Sound for 5 summers, and guiding Polar and Brown Bear trips. He has a vast knowledge of birding, natural history, wildlife behavior, and cultural history. Though he is not a photographer, he has extensive experience guiding photo trips and documentary film crews. The June 17 departure is led by Bill Morhwinkle.
Hugh Rose is a Naturalist, Geologist, and Photographer, Hugh has over 25 years of professional guiding experience. The vast landscapes and incredible wildlife of Alaska and the Polar Regions are his subject and passion, evident in his inspired leadership and stunning professional photos. Hugh receives unending praise for his amazing knowledge, delightful and accommodating personality, and attention to every trip detail. The June 25 departure is led by photographer Hugh Rose.