Sealaska Inn & Camp Run-A-Muck

Address: P.O. Box 150, Hyder, Alaska, 99923, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on P.O. Box 150, Hyder, is near Remote Passages, Fraser River Rafting, and Tumbler Ridge Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Hyder

      Salmon Glacier and Hyder Ghosts

      A travel blog entry by happytrails123 on Sep 03, 2014

      22 photos

      ... was well worth the trip. It was a WOW moment!

      We were told the dump in Hyder was a great place to see bears, so of course we had to make a stop there and we were not disappointed.

      An evening meal in downtown Stewart, BC, of Alaskan King Crab capped a most memorable day.

      437 miles to drive and 2 days to our final Caravan destination of Prince George, BC are ...

      Day 56

      A travel blog entry by 12gkids on Aug 18, 2014

      12 photos

      ... Toni at a cute little bistro in Stewart. Several stops at local Hyder establishments, for some pics. Larry & Pete decided to drive up to beautiful Salmon Glacier. Also saw a bald eagle feasting on a salmon and another bear! Back to the Bus Cafe for dinner of Dungeness Crab & Scallops!! ...

      Day 44, 45 Stewart

      A travel blog entry by tbasler on Aug 17, 2014

      5 photos

      ... or police departments, no schools, and no border/ customs to go through. We will go through Canadian customs when we leave here. This campsite tells it all in its name. Camp Run A Muck. Quite a come down from yesterdays stunning location. We drove 500 miles to Hyder to see bears feasting on salmon during their spawning season. The spawning site has become a national park. A board walk was built for viewing since were so many ...

      Bears!!!

      A travel blog entry by threegypsies on Aug 09, 2014

      4 photos

      ... truly looked like a ghost town. There was a peaceful feel to the town.

      On the way back to Steward we went through Canadian customs again. The United States did not have a customs going from Canada to Hyder, Alaska.

      We went grocery shopping in Stewart. Going into Stewart was like going back in time. Since there wasn't any cell phone service, phone booths ...

      Smithers to Stewart

      A travel blog entry by patricia1957 on Jul 15, 2014

      21 photos

      ... of snow everywhere! The road generally stays open during the winter unless there's and avalanche. Then the power goes out, the road is closed, and everyone head for the supermarket to stock up on goods and wait it out till everything is open again. A local tells us with a smile on her face "It's just like camping". We wake early the next day, 05.30 am (much too early for my liking!) to see if any grizzlies come out to the bear viewing point. Unfortunately due ...