This is a log chalet style cabin, 12 feet by 16 feet on Eagle Lake, facing Eagle Glacier. The following is included with the cabin: 1 single wooden bunk, 1 double bunk, a loft (total cabin capacity is 8 people), table and benches, wood stove (wood not provided), cooking counter, food cupboard and shelves, broom and dustpan, cooler, log book, outhouse, shovel and bucket, and a wood shed. Water is available from a nearby stream. Treat all water before using. Bring your own sleeping bags, sleeping pads, cooking stove, lantern, pots, pans, plates, utensils, food, toilet paper, garbage bags, fire extinguisher and fire starter. This cabin contains a wood stove. Wood is not provided, so you must bring your own if you wish to use the stove. Cabin is heated by a propane wall furnace. Propane is supplied. Bears frequent the area.
At a Glance
||This cabin is open to public use daily from 10am to 5pm
A $9 reservation fee will be added to each reservation.
||$45/night peak season May 1 – September 30
$45/night non-peak season October 1 – April 30
Refunds are not made if inclement weather conditions or other acts of nature beyond the Forest Service control cause the permittee to not use the shelter at the designated time.
Directions: Located 23 miles northwest of Juneau at mile marker 27.3 Glacier Highway. Access is via the 5 1/2 mile Amalga Trail. The trailhead is on north end of Eagle River Bridge, and follows upstream on north side of Eagle River to the cabin. The trail is fairly strenuous but with little total elevation gain. It is not recommended for cross-country skiing because of bumpy terrain, so snowshoes are advised in the winter. Allow for 3-1/2 to 4 hours to hike to the cabin carrying a full overnight pack. The trail continues on another 2 miles past the cabin toward Eagle Glacier.