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Historical Frontier Town

Fort Egbert & Museums

Take a walking tour of the beautifully restored buildings of Fort Egbert as well as additional museums such as Judge Wickersham's courthouse. The walking tour meets less than a block from the B&B and begins at 9:00 am, however, special tours can be booked as well.
On this tour you can learn about the adventures of Billy Mitchell, Roald Amundsen, mining, and Fort Egbert.

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Eagle offers many hiking trails within walking distance from the Falcon Inn. You can hike along the trails near the grass airstrip and Fort Egbert while learning about the local plants and wildlife with the informative plaques along the way. If it is a warm day you can explore Mission Creek near Eagle Bluff or American Creek near the campground. If you are feeling more adventurous you can drive up to American Summit and take in more beautiful views. If you are visiting during the fall you might be lucky enough to pick some blueberries. 

Hiking and Exploring

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Mission Creek

American Summit

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Birding opportunities are abundant and can include sightings of: Swallows, Peregrine Falcons, Eagles, ducks, Sand Hill Cranes, Swans, Warblers, Woodpeckers, and many other species.
Hiking near the Falcon Inn B&B and Eagle Bluff may result in Peregrine Falcon sightings and you might be lucky enough to spot their nests. 
The Bureau of Land Management and Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve might have a camera on the Peregrine Falcon nests on Eagle Bluff which you can view at the visitor center. 

Eagles and Birding

Sand Hill Cranes

Sand Hill Cranes

Bald Eagle

Pine Grosbeaks

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Eagle is home to The Native Village of Eagle, please see their website for more information.
Phone: 907-547-2281
The residents of Eagle live a unique subsistence lifestyle, interact with fulltime residents of Eagle to learn about fishing, hunting, trapping, dog mushing, and the survival skills that are necessary to live in extreme conditions. For example, you can learn about fish wheels, pictured on the right, which are used for subsistence fishing.
If you visit in May you might be able to watch the Yukon River break up, or if you miss it, you can watch videos at Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve visitor center.

Eagle Village & Subsistence Lifestyle


Fish Wheels

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Yukon River Breakup

Caribou - Photo by Elva House

You may choose to drive or fly to Eagle. If you fly you will have many opportunities for wildlife viewing from the air. If you are lucky you may spot Caribou, Moose, or Bears.  

On your way to Eagle if you drive, you will pass by the turn to the Top of The World Highway, which takes you to Dawson City, Yukon Territory.
The Taylor Highway will take you to Eagle, it offers spectacular views of wilderness tundra, taiga and rivers. It also offers opportunities to view wildlife, plants, berries, and birds along the way. You can also stop to fish on the way or stop for a short hike.
For more information on the Taylor Highway please follow the link in the button below.

Scenic Wilderness and Wildlife

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Caribou Near Eagle - Photo by Elva House

American Summit
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The BLM  and NPS visitor's centers offer videos of the Yukon River break up, Peregrine Falcon nests and lots of information, books and brochures.
You can learn all about the nearby Yukon-Charlie National Preserve, 40-mile mining district, Native culture and his
toric figures from the area.

The department of Fish and Game has a sonar station six miles south of Eagle along the Yukon River to document the King and Chum Salmon populations during the summer run. 

Bureau of Land Management - Fish and Game - National Park Service

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Ealge Bluff, Yukon River & Grass Airstrip

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