Bear Glacier Wilderness Retreat a truly unique Alaska location for a small corporate meeting, or for a family, or small group gathering, Bear Glacier is an amazingly scenic remote Alaska location that is sure to trill everyone in your group. Activities at Bear Glacier, Sea Kayaking, Canoeing, Hiking, Wildlife Viewing, Birding, Outdoor Photography, and Camping.

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Bear Glacier Kenai FjordsIf you're looking for a truly unique Alaska location for a small corporate meeting, or for a family, or small group gathering, Bear Glacier is an amazingly scenic remote Alaska location that is sure to trill everyone in your group. Few other places offer such a photogenic natural setting than Bear Glacier. Backcountry Safaris' Bear Glacier Wilderness Retreat is a top-quality remote facility.

Take a moment to look at our Bear Glacier Photo Album

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Activities at Bear Glacier

  • Sea Kayaking
  • Canoeing
  • Hiking
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Birding
  • Outdoor Photography
  • Camping

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Tour Type: Sea Kayaking, Wildlife Viewing, Hiking, Lodging
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Comfort: WeatherPORT Shelters (fabric cabins)
Prior Experience: None
2013 Tour Dates
Daily departures June 3 – September 22
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Alaska: A Novel by James A. Michener
Alaska: A History of the 49th State by Claus-M Naske and Herman E. Slotnick
Guide to the Birds of Alaska by Robert H. Armstrong
Wild Flowers of the Yukon, Alaska by John G. S. Trelawny
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Aialik TranslationDid You Know?
Aialik (eye-Al-ick) is an Alutiiq (coastal Eskimo) word. The translation for Aialik means "eerie" or "dangerous." In Kenai Fjords National Park there are 3 places named Aialik, Cape Aialik, Aialik Glacier and Aialik Bay.
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