Katmai National Park Adventure Tours
Backpacking and bear viewing adventures into this diverse and amazing national park.
At over 3.5 Million acres, Katmai National Park is home to the largest brown bear population in the world, holds the spawning grounds of literally millions of sockeye salmon, and contains within its wild borders the unaltered evidence of one of the world’s most powerful volcanic eruptions ever recorded. Katmai National park is most known for it’s majestic Brown Bears, most notably those at Brooks Falls.
Whether backpacking the austere landscape of the Valley of 10,000 Smokes, bear viewing at a remote camp along a salmon choked river, or padding along the park’s 400 miles of coastline, Katmai National Park remains one of the most spectacular parks in Alaska and is one of our favorite places to explore! From kayaking expeditions along the rugged Katmai Coast to backpacking adventures in the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, Alaska Alpine Adventures guides are your Katmai backpacking, hiking, kayaking, and climbing experts.
- Hiking Backpacking Climbing
- Mountains Rivers Waterfalls Glaciers Volcanoes Lakes