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EAGLE GLACIER CABIN, AK

part ofTongass National Forest, US Forest Service
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Status: Open year round.   Season Dates
Cabin, Loop:J12, AREA EAGLE GLACIER CABIN
Type:CABIN NONELECTRIC
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Reservation Window: Fri Oct 24 2014 – Fri Apr 24 2015


Check-in: 12:00 pm
  


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Check-out: 12:00 pm

Cabin Details

  • Cabin Type: CABIN NONELECTRIC
  • Site Reserve Type: Site-Specific
  • Checkin Time: 12:00 pm
  • Checkout Time: 12:00 pm
  • Type of Use: Overnight
  • Min Num of People: 1
  • Max Num of People: 5
  • Shade: Partial
  • Propane Heating: Y
  • Woodstove/Fireplace: Y
  • Campfire Allowed: Y
  • Fire Pit: Y
  • Toilet: Y

Know Before You Go

Site

Alaska cabin reservations can only be changed once. If you need to modify your reservation a second time,it must be cancelled and then re-booked by calling 1-877-444-6777.*Effective November 17, 2003 to assure fairness for everyone.*
Open fires in fire ring, collect dead/down wood only. Cabin is primitive, no amenities except propane furnace and outhouse. Stream water must be boiled or treated for drinking. Propane for heater provided. Directions to Cabin: 23 miles northwest of Juneau. Access by trail, 5 1/2 miles to cabin from Mile Marker 28.4 Glacier Highway. Trailhead is on north end of Eagle River Bridge, follows upstream on north side of Eagle River. Trail continues another 2 miles from cabin to Eagle Glacier.

Notes

Site

Restrictions: 2 day stay limit. Activities: Hiking, skiing, berry picking. Glacial valley, spruce-hemlock forest with dense alder and willow patches, black and brown bear, Trail follows path of retreating glacier, go back in time through plant succession. Beautiful view of glacier, lake, and mountains. Access year round, trail hard to follow in winter. Propane for heater provided.

** Arrival dates earlier than the online-reservation-window may also be available at the facility.
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