Alaska North to South
On this extensive trip, you will see more of Alaska than most Alaskans. See the Arctic, Denali, Prince William Sound, and the bears of Lake Clark National Park.
I have been photographing Denali and Prince William Sound for almost 40 years. I lead multiple bear trips per year to Lake Clark, and have lived in Alaska most of my life.
June 8-27, 2017
ALASKA: NORTH TO SOUTH PHOTO TOUR
June 8-27, 2017
Trip participants limited to 7
I am excited to be leading this amazing photo adventure for Cheesemans’ Ecology Safaris. This is a trip they have been offering for many years and due to its popular demand they have added a second trip. I am honored to have been selected to lead this comprehensive journey through Alaska’s wilderness.
Begin in the Arctic plains of Prudhoe Bay in search of animals that make their home here during the brief summer season. Travel south through the Brooks Range for incredible scenery and wildlife, cross the Arctic Circle and Yukon River. Visit Denali National Park for wildlife, wildflowers and a scenic flight around Mt. McKinley. Continue your Alaskan immersion exploring Prince William Sound for marine mammals, birds and spectacular glacial scenery aboard my favorite boat for the Sound. Finally travel to remote Lake Clark National Park and immerse yourself in Coastal Brown Bear habitat on the coast of Cook Inlet.
There is a lot to this trip, and for more information visit the Cheesemans’ Ecology Safari website: ALASKA: North to South. If you have more questions, the friendly folks at Cheesemans’ are more then happy to answer further questions and book your tour. Hope to see you there!