In late September and October we view totally wild Rocky Mountain grizzly bears deep in their natural habitat.
We also raft down our wilderness river, walk through the sub-alpine and watch and track other wild animals, such as elk, beaver and moose, and occasionally wolves, cougars and bobcats.
Each day we head out into remote terrain walking on bear trails, following bear tracks, and viewing bears in untrammelled landscapes.
At this time of year we get to watch grizzly bears – sometimes with cubs in tow – fishing for the salmon that come up our wilderness river.
We are experts at tracking bears and deciphering their prints and other sign. We will show you how to read tracks, rubs and tiny hair samples left on trees and explain how bears read the landscape they are moving through.