Grizzly Skins of Alaska
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We make no pretenses of being a top-end luxury lodge. Accommodations at our homestead, while not luxurious are certainly
comfortable  enough for our year around use. We serve meals in our home and have two heated bunk houses for our guests. There is also a
bath house with hot shower, garden and green house to supply fresh vegetables.
We carter to families and small private groups and prefer to host no more than six guests at a time. Rather than being one of many
clients you will be treated as our guest and receive personal, individualized attention.
Decades of living in the wilderness has taught us that the best and safest daily schedules are dictated by the seasons and weather
rather than an arbitrary “eight-to-five” hourly regime. Weather permitting you can choose to photograph fox or bears in the morning, or hike to the
top of a sea bird rookery, and still manage to catch a salmon for the evening meal.
Along with the ability to hike directly from camp, we maintain two specialized, tundra tire equipped aircraft. A two seat Piper Supercub
and a four seat, Alaskan built and FAA certified, Piper Producer. They allow us to fly out to creeks, rivers and beaches un-impacted by the
larger, float equipped aircraft operated by most lodges.

Accommodations :
                                                                       Food and Alcohol:

We serve full home cooked meals family style, usually including your catch of the day. If you have any special dietary requirements  you
should notify us when you book as all supplies are flown in before the season. 
We have no problems with alcohol in camp and if you have special preferences feel free to bring an adequate supply of your personal
favorites . There is a small store by the terminal in King Salmon for any last minute purchases.