- Number of Sites:
Eagle Glacier Cabin is open year-round for outdoor enthusiasts who are up to the challenge of getting there. This remote retreat is tucked into a peaceful lake setting that offers spectacular views.
The site is accessed by hiking or snowshoeing 5.5 miles from the Amalga Trailhead off of Glacier Highway. Visitors are responsible for their own travel arrangements and safety and must bring several of their own amenities.
- Vault Toilets
- Total Sites:
The Amalga Trail used to access the site continues on for another 2 miles to the glacier. Cross-country skis are not advised for this trail in winter due to bumpy terrain, but it is ideal for snowshoeing. The trail can get muddy in the warmer months, so hikers should be sure to wear the proper footwear. The trail is somewhat challenging but with only 300 feet in elevation gain.
Berries are available for picking in the summer.
Map + Directions
Located 23 miles northwest of Juneau. Access by the Amalga trail, 5.5 miles to the cabin from mile marker 27.3 on the Glacier Highway. The trailhead is on the north end of Eagle River Bridge and follows upstream on north side of Eagle River.