All good advice above, I have hunted black bear there in the spring but not the fall so it was not as cold. I prefer a good zoom scope in a higher power range with a 30mm tube and large objective lens, no lees than 44mm and prefer a 50mm, for better field of view and light gathering. 6 x 18 -50 or such. I suggest a spotting scope on a light portable tripod in addition to the binos for glassing off of ridges long distances, it can save a lot of walking and can spot game in the brush quite well.
Be prepared to surprise moose in the small clearings back in the woods, scared the hell out of me the first time I walked up on one. It was in the spring and they were calving so it might not be a problem in the fall.
There are also a few grizzly bears up north, make sure you can tell the difference. I found some tracks when I was there, big huge claw marks raised the hair on the back of my head when I saw them.