Welcome to BearVault


7 Day food Capacity


4 Day food Capacity

BearVault is certified to withstand over one hour of non-stop testing from Grizzlies.


“I backpacked the Teton Crest trail last summer. I used my BearVault® on the trail and had a black bear try really hard to get into it. He put a lot of deep gashes on the lid but was never able to get into it. The deep gouges are kind of like a souvenir from the trip. I also have another bear canister but I like yours better. They are lighter. They also don’t get water in them if I forget to turn them upside down and it rains.” – Paula
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This summer, we had our BearVault® 500 with us in the High Sierra’s. While camping at Badger Lakes Thousand Island Lake and Island Pass, we had a bear visit. The bear pulled out our BearVault® from where it was stashed between a rock and log. We found it about 20 feet away, covered in dust, paw marks, dried drool and a few scratches, but totally intact and secure. Good stuff.
We’re buying more for the Scout Troop.” – Erik, Chrystal & Joe
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Where do I need a BearVault?

Much of North America is home to Grizzly Bears and Black Bears.  We all have a responsibility to protect these incredible creatures and the wild spaces where they live. This starts with properly storing your food so that bears can live naturally and your trip stays safe and fun!

In addition to the many parks, forests, and trails that mandate the use of bear resistant food storage, we recommend carrying your BearVault in all places inhabited by bears.

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