Just spent the day driving, hiking and glassing the back country from Trapper's Creek off the Park's Highway to Peter's Creek yesterday. No bear skins. Snow level was still pretty high, most of the creeks had ice on the edges and ice setting up but were flowing. There were quite a few weekender's just off the pavement presumably running back to their cabins now that the tundra has frozen-up. Saw a few cow/calf moose and a ptarmigan here and there but no bears.
Ran into another fellow and his wife doing the same thing; they reported no bears but had found berries here and there that were drying but still plump enough to squeeze some juice out of--maybe that's what they are still eating?
I think there might still be a bear out there, I just couldn't find him. Maybe next weekend.