Sealaska Inn & Camp Run-A-Muck

P.O. Box 150, Hyder, Alaska, 99923, United States | Inn
 

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Back in Alaska

A travel blog entry by elboroom on Aug 10, 2013

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Headed down Rt 37 for a couple hundred miles. Lots of snow-capped mountains again. Took 37A (the Glacier Hwy) to Stewart and crossed into Hyder, AK. Hyder is one street and no US Customs, one way in/out. Many great views of glaciers and waterfalls along the way. Also saw 2 black bear and an Eagle. In Hyder the USFS has a bear viewing area at Fish …

On the Cassiar Highway

A travel blog entry by jdswed

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... moose vs cars and truck acidents. My first MVA in Grand Teton was such an event. I was running code 3 (lights and sirens) and came around a corner and there in my headlights was a moose in my lane. I put the patrol car into the ditch and closed my eyes as I thought the head of the moose was going to hit my side of the windshield. When there was no impact. I brought out the car back on the highway and continued on to the accident site. I arrived ...

So where are the bears??

A travel blog entry by amma

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... good - great road, very little traffic and beautiful scenery.
We also stopped at Vetter Falls, a very short and easy walk from the parking lot to the falls. Great place for photography! The picnic area at Lava Lake is also gorgeous. Then we drove to New Aiyansh, a very nice village that is the seat of government for the local villagers. There's not much to see but you can get gas and a few essentials here. ...

Last but not least in Hyder

A travel blog entry by avpadventure

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... public wifi and there is a gas station. The closest airport to either place is in Ketchikan but you have to take a small 50 minute air taxi flight to get there just to catch jet service to anywhere. Currently it cost $300 for the round trip Hyder/Ketchikan flight before you catch your real flight. The other option is to drive for 2 1/2 DAYS to get to Vancouver.

What Hyder does have..are bears, glaciers, misty fjords and ...

Stewart, YT

A travel blog entry by candyjake13

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... are not migrating.The other two eggs will hatch next spring, and then they will make their way back to the ocean, only to return in 3 to 4 years to restart the process. Circle of Life. Somewhere in there comes the bears, fisherman, and the like.

We finally had some success, but not at the boardwalk. But prior to there we came upon a grizzly having a vegetarian meal, then ...

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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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