The sub-Arctic region of the Yukon is an area of pristine wilderness which has to be seen to be believed. Bear Cave Mountain Camp is located deep within the Ni‘iinlii Njik Territorial Park & Wilderness Preserve along the Arctic Circle in the Yukon. From mid-September chum salmon make their way upriver to spawn. Thermal springs below the river allow the water to flow throughout the year without freezing. From early to mid-October winter conditions set in and the wet fur on hunting grizzlies freezes in the frosty atmosphere creating a natural event unseen anywhere else in the world. These are the Yukon’s ice bears! Experience this remote wilderness in basic, but extremely comfortable accommodation. With only four people allowed to visit at a time, it feels like you have the bears all to yourself. This really is a once in a lifetime experience!
What makes this trip extraordinary
On the ground encounters with the Yukon’s ice grizzlies.
Incredible photographic and videography opportunities.
Possible sightings of moose, wolves, caribou and even wolverines.
Experience first-hand a natural phenomenon found nowhere else in the world.
This really is a once in a lifetime experience to witness this natural phenomenon!