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Welcome to Pack Creek Bear Tours

Admiralty Island in Southeast Alaska is home to over 1,500 brown bears. The Pack Creek Bear Sanctuary, on the eastern shore of Admiralty Island provide visitors an unprecedented opportunity to view and photograph bears close-up.

The Pack Creek Bear Sanctuary is one of Alaska’s most accessible, and yet most wild, bear viewing areas. A 25-minute floatplane ride from Juneau is all it takes to explore the Fortress of the Bears and view these amazing animals in their natural surroundings. The Pack Creek Bear Tour is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see brown bears move along the shores and down from the steep slopes of Admiralty Island to the intertidal wetlands at the mouth of Pack Creek to feed on spawning pink and chum salmon found there.

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