Eagle Plains is a remote settlement in the pristine wilderness of Canada’s Yukon region. This secluded outpost is sandwiched between the Ogilvie and Richardson mountain ranges along the Dempster Highway. Named for the Eagle River, the area is home to small creeks that wind across the moss and lichen-covered plains. This ideal stopover location for travelers in pursuit of Arctic adventures, this town can also can hold its own when it comes to scenic vistas and wildlife spotting. The sparse population and lack of urban trappings make it easy to soak in the tranquility of the emerald valleys, framed by the soaring mountains. Look out for the Northern Lights on a clear and dark night!
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Eagle Plains Hotel lies in the picturesque Yukon landscape in Eagle Plains, close to the Arctic Circle. Located midway between the towns of Inuvik and Dawson City, this lodge-style property offers a cozy stay.