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Click here for more information on the 2023 Grizzlies of Bear Cave Mountain tour

 

I have already reserved Bear Cave Mountain photo safari slots for 2024 to 2026; dates will remain the same as for the commercial tours posted below, but costs will be lower. 

Please note that I currently have only a single spot available for 2024, and that in 2026 I have the two full weeks of the season, when bears are in full 'ice bear' mode.
 

Grizzlies of Bear Cave Mountain - 2024 02Grizzlies of Bear Cave Mountain - 2024 02Join me in the northern Yukon Territory for one of the most amazing wildlife photo safaris on the planet! Photograph grizzly bears (brown bears) in one of the wildest and most intimate settings possible.

The Bear Cave Mountain camp is at the core of the Ni’iinlii’njik (“where fish spawn”) Territorial Park, located a little south of the Arctic Circle in the northern Yukon Territory. The area is extremely remote (2+ hrs by helicopter from Dawson City) and strictly managed.

Our trip is in run conjunction with guide Phil Timpany at Nakina Adventures, who has over many years worked closely in partnership with the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation to develop the Bear Cave Mountain camp and bear viewing business.

Phil has been coming to this area for 30-years and knows the personalities and family lineage of many of the bears.

Only 28 people get access to Bear Cave Mountain each autumn during grizzly bear viewing season, 7 groups of 4 individuals.

 


Grizzlies of Bear Cave Mountain - 2025Grizzlies of Bear Cave Mountain - 2025Join me in the northern Yukon Territory for one of the most amazing wildlife photo safaris on the planet! Photograph grizzly bears (brown bears) in one of the wildest and most intimate settings possible.

The Bear Cave Mountain camp is at the core of the Ni’iinlii’njik (“where fish spawn”) Territorial Park, located a little south of the Arctic Circle in the northern Yukon Territory. The area is extremely remote (2+ hrs by helicopter from Dawson City) and strictly managed.

Our trip is in run conjunction with guide Phil Timpany at Nakina Adventures, who has over many years worked closely in partnership with the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation to develop the Bear Cave Mountain camp and bear viewing business.

Phil has been coming to this area for 30-years and knows the personalities and family lineage of many of the bears.

Only 28 people get access to Bear Cave Mountain each autumn during grizzly bear viewing season, 7 groups of 4 individuals.


Grizzlies of Bear Cave Mountain - 2026Grizzlies of Bear Cave Mountain - 2026Join me in the northern Yukon Territory for one of the most amazing wildlife photo safaris on the planet! Photograph grizzly bears (brown bears) in one of the wildest and most intimate settings possible.

The Bear Cave Mountain camp is at the core of the Ni’iinlii’njik (“where fish spawn”) Territorial Park, located a little south of the Arctic Circle in the northern Yukon Territory. The area is extremely remote (2+ hrs by helicopter from Dawson City) and strictly managed.

Our trip is in run conjunction with guide Phil Timpany at Nakina Adventures, who has over many years worked closely in partnership with the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation to develop the Bear Cave Mountain camp and bear viewing business.

Phil has been coming to this area for 30-years and knows the personalities and family lineage of many of the bears.

Only 28 people get access to Bear Cave Mountain each autumn during grizzly bear viewing season, 7 groups of 4 individuals.

 

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