We are the only Alaska Walrus and Wildlife Lodge
on the Alaska Peninsula.
Your trip begins in Anchorage, Alaska
The scenic 489 mile flight to Wildman Lodge departs twice each week from Anchorage’s downtown airport, Merrill Field. We fly fast, twin engine aircraft for your comfort and safety. Have your camera ready for active volcanoes, glacier filled valleys, and snow-capped mountain peaks as we pass through the Alaska Range.
As we start our let down along the Alaska Peninsula Wildlife Refuge, you are likely to spot seals, walrus, brown bear, moose and herds of barren ground caribou. Wildman is one of Alaska’s most remote wilderness lodges, situated at the base of Mt. Veniaminof, the largest active volcano on the remote Alaska Peninsula. Accessible only by air, the lodge sets on the banks of Ocean River where during late July and early August, tens of thousands of spawning salmon attract scores of wild Alaska Brown Bear. Photographic opportunities abound.
Alaska Walrus, Brown Bears and More…
Fly in a helicopter to land on the black sand Bering Sea beaches to spend the day viewing huge Pacific Walrus. Up close and personal with these two-ton creatures. The next day will be Bear Viewing and jet boat birding with our experienced river guides who will also take you beach combing and prepare a hearty campfire lunch along the Bering Sea coastline.
An incredible scenic round trip flight from Anchorage over Lake Clark and Katmai National Parks, passing towering glacier shrouded volcanoes and the Alaska Peninsula Wildlife Refuge on the way to Wildman Lake Lodge. Price is based upon two persons per party, double occupancy, King Beds are available for couples, and private bathrooms in all cabins.