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Northern Grizzly Bears, Whitehorse Yukon, Canada - Mother & Cubs and Male Grizzlies

2026:  July 24 Bear Lodge July 25-31 Fly out Aug 01. 

Price $8995 USD 8 Nights (6 days in the field) Deposit $1500 USD

Grizzly bear photography from land. Up close and personal grizzly action, male grizzly bears, mother and cubs. We have the entire lodge to ourselves. Workshop Leader & Guides David Hemmings / Jennifer Hemmings

We are  excited to take you on a journey into the wilderness by helicopter! Following the Nakina river to our remote location in the Canadian Wilderness!

Questions? info@hemmingsphototours.com 

Includes meals at the Bear lodge, hotel nights prior and end day, travel throughout the workshop. Helicopter into the wilderness bear lodge. Does not include flights to destination  British Columbia Canada. Includes wine or beer with dinners. Two people per cabin with a bathroom, running water in this remote wilderness camp.

EQUIPMENT AND CLOTHING RENTALS AVAILABLE

ITINERARY:

July 24- Fly from home to Whitehorse, Yukon (XYX) Canada . Afternoon mid day flight 24th to Atlin and then helicopter to the bear camp.  Welcome orientation. Dinner. Overnight bear camp.  B= breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner

​July 25- bear photography and photo instruction (B, L, D).

​July 26-30 - same as above

​​J​uly 31 depart camp late morning​, overnight in Whitehorse

​Aug 01 Fly homeward from Whitehorse​ to home

We will supply you with a full list of clothing and equipment requirements upon signing up. 

Please read our Refund Policy    Questions? info@hemmingsphototours.com


RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT & CLOTHING
Bring whichever camera body that you use, a backup is a good idea in the extreme cold.

Bring extra batteries as the cold drains them faster. Keep your extra batteries in your coat pocket with a hand warmer to keep them charged longer.

Lenses to bring include 100-500, 150-600, 200-500.

The varied focal length ranges of these zoom lenses will make your image making more enjoyable.

Minimum 500mm or 600mm lens, 800mm with tele-converter and/or a crop sensor body.

Tripod.

Digital cards, back up hard drive and laptop - internet at the lodge. 
Clothing and accessories:
The temperatures can be very cool while photographing the bears. 

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See the first video we made on YouTube. The shutter speeds are so slow!

LOOKING FOR WINTER ACTION? 
CUSTOMER REVIEWS

An amazing experience to photograph lynx in the wild. An excellent time and experience, thank you! D. Mills. 

This was not my first workshop with Dave. All workshops have been outstanding exceeding my expectations! Great instruction, great subjects, and entertaining. What more could a photographer ask for? S. Barger.

You were right. It was worth enduring the cold weather  of Canada to photograph coyotes, wolves and bald eagles. Thanks again for the excellent time on the workshop.

G. Lambert

 Wow, what a cool adventure and photo experience this was! I highly recommend David and Jennifer Hemmings as they were perfect hosts and took us into the wilderness of BC where we saw and photographed the Lynx.

G. Johnson

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