King Salmon – Katmai National Park and Bear Viewing here we come!

Announcing Sky Trekking Alaska purchases C Air in King Salmon Alaska. We will now be based full time in King Salmon just 5 miles form Katmai National Park and Preserve. Yes we will still be doing statewide Private Guided Air Tours as well as a new list of Day Trips from King Salmon. Check out the 3 Day Bear Trek!

C Air was owned by personal friends Cecil and Catherine Shuman for the past 25 years. Cecil knows every inch of the area and passes on years and years of his experience in the area. We look forward to meeting all of the returning guests and serving F&G, the Park Service and Wildlife Refuges in the area. Cecil has been highly dedicated to customer service and safety! We will be operating as Sky Trekking Alaska and under the banner of the C Air name.

Sky Trekking Alaska offers both floatplane and wheel plane services from King Salmon. Bear viewing and fishing are amazing in Katmai National Park. Come join us for a fly out to Brooks Camp or to Moraine Creek for that Rainbow Trout of a lifetime!

Call Cilla Robbins at 907 315 6098 to book your space today!

Bears at Brooks Camp

Clam digging, luxury camping, and Sky Trekking Adventure

Take a day and fly out to dig razor clams with one of the best survival machete, hike in the wilderness, camp in remote backcountry locations and bear view in Lake Clark National Park. Sky Trekking Alaska Adventures are many! Pilot guide Tim Gossett took friends from Talkeetna on this spectacular day in June.



Fly fishing Alaska, John Lee and his family enjoyed a Big Day in Alaska’s backcountry. Flying to two locations for Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Grayling were the targeted species. We enjoyed hiking through the brush that looks like mowed grass from the air but is 4 feet tall from the ground, sight fished for NorthernPike with top water flies and spin gear, ate lunch at Chelatna Lake and continued fly and spin fishing at Chelatna. Lunch was served shoreside. The weather gave us a little bit of everything from 70 degrees and muggy with no wind to rain showers, sunny skies and stormy squalls at the end of the day. The Jack Russell Terrier “Koa” was along for the adventure and enjoyed his airplane ride, running through the brush, swimming in the rivers and chasing birds. He barked when we started the plane and during the takeoff, but we succeeded in wearing him out so he was quiet on the ride home. We spotted Moose and 3 sets of Black Bears from the air, and saw Alaska’s tallest house! All had fun. Thank you John, Nit and Mathew…..

Bear Viewing Lake Clark National Park

Great day of adventure in Lake Clark National Park with three incredible people. We enjoyed seeing brown and black bears grazing on emerging forbs along the beaches. The tide was rising so it was a perfect day to picnic on the beach while photographing the bears and coastal birds. We saw Bald Eagles, harbor seals, puffins and Auklets.