Welcome to Eagle

From Jack Wade Junction, the Taylor Hwy continues north 58 miles on one of the worst (though highly scenic) stretches of highway in Alaska to Eagle. This quaint hamlet of log cabins and clapboard houses is one of the better-preserved boomtowns of the Alaskan mining era. The original settlement, today called Eagle Village, was established by the Athabascans long before Francois Mercier arrived in the early 1880s and... Read More

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