Welcome to Bearfoot Adventures
Hello from Chet and Halie Benson, owner/operators of Bearfoot Adventures, LLC and thank you for visiting our web site. Bearfoot Adventures offers the unique experience of personal attention; we are a small outfit which means that you won't get lost in the shuffle. When you book a hunt with us you will get an experienced, professional hunting guide not a "warm body with a guide's license". We help you prepare for your hunt before you arrive by helping get your gear organized, logistics arranged, and plans ironed out. All of this allows for better service and better success, as our past hunters will attest to. Don't hesitate to ask for our list of references. We are dedicated to making your adventure hunt as successful as possible.
We operate in many different remote and scenic parts of Alaska allowing us to choose the areas best suited to you and the game you wish to pursue. Whether it is brown or grizzly bear, Dall sheep, mountain goat, moose, caribou, bison, Sitka deer, black bear, wolf or wolverine we can make it happen. We hold a sole use guide concession in the Denali Preserve adjacent to Denali Park. Being the only outfitter in this area gives us the opportunity to hunt hundreds of square miles without added pressure from other guides. We hunt Kodiak Island, the Alaska Range, and from our full service hunting/fishing lodge in the Lake Iliamna area.
When you finish reading through our hunt descriptions, please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or need further information. If you would like to be put on our contact list to be kept up-to-date on our adventures, changes in Fish and Game laws, and more, join us on Facebook, send us an email or give us a call.
Please visit our links page for information on expediting your trophies, processing the meat, as well as convenient hotel information. You'll also find a link to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, which is a great source for information on permit application dates and unit descriptions.
Are you ready to book your Alaskan Bearfoot Adventure?