Alaska Special Workshop

Postponed for now due to new Marsh Mission adventure!
New date is tentative.

Photograph Bears and Landscape in Remote Lake Clark and Katmai National Parks

Opportunities to photograph brown bears catching salmon. 


The incredible size of the state of Alaska has often limited people to see only the sights that can be easily accessed by the road system. To venture off the road system takes great planning and preparedness, but the Alaska you will see here will be some of the most memorable highlights of your life. Our base in Lake Clark National Park gives us the opportunity to immerse you in the best of the Alaska Bush. You will be standing in the middle of incredible scenery of glacial clad mountains, wild rivers, and pristine lakes, and have opportunities to view the variety of wildlife that call this area home.


Factors such as location, being off of the road system, and the remoteness of the area give you the advantage to see more, do more, and experience more of the true Alaska. Since this area is off the mainstream tours and road system, you will not have the hassle of dealing with large tour groups and their set interests, which in the end can have most of your time spent traveling on a tour bus.

As you travel through this country, you will have many opportunities to view wildlife and a large variety of birds. By being situated in the middle of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, you will have plenty of majestic mountains, cascading waterfalls, pristine lakes and rivers, lush vegetation, and a host of wildflowers to photograph. Lake Clark National Park is the meeting place for the Arctic/Interior, Aleutian, and Coastal/Pacific Rainforest climates. These ecosystems mixed together provide a great place to see characteristics from all over Alaska in one place, which is one of the reasons this area is one of the most beautiful and unforgettable places you will ever see, definitely one worth visiting. Not only will you see incredible Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, but we will also show you the best of Katmai National Park and Preserve, where famous Brooks Falls is located. There you will be able to photograph numerous bears as they feed on the salmon running up the river. With this expedition, you will see two of the most breathtaking and astonishing National Parks inaccessible to the road system, and all that they have to offer you with some of the most unbelievable and memorable sights.

We offer an 8-day trip that lets you experience the Alaska dream that you envision, whether you are into Bird watching, more wildlife viewing, or more adventuresome. We are also offering a group photo workshop that will be instructed by professional photographer C.C. Lockwood, who has established himself as one of the nation’s outstanding nature and wildlife photographers. Well balanced meals and snacks will be served throughout the trips, either back at our base in Lake Clark where you can enjoy all the comforts of home or Dutch oven style meals around a camp. We stress the importance of great meals, both in taste and in nutritional value, and will also cater to specific needs such as vegetarians and people with food allergies.

All aspects of our trips are given thoughtful consideration with the goal of producing the best possible experience for our guests. Our objective is to exceed the expectations of our clients and provide them with an incredible opportunity to discover incredible Lake Clark National Park.

The Workshop Guides and Hosts:

Professional Photographer C.C. Lockwood and Professional Guide and Outfitter Preston Cavner have teamed up to offer you an extraordinary photography workshop, photographing Bears and Landscape in remote Lake Clark and Katmai National Parks.

Schedule & Pricing

Photograph Bears and Landscape in Remote Lake Clark and Katmai National Parks

July 12th–19th, 2004 - Postponed due to new Marsh Mission Project.  New date is tentative.

Cost: $5,400 per person Days: 8 (group size is limited to 6)

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