Hyder: The friendliest ghost town in Alaska

Known as ‘The friendliest ghost town in Alaska’ you’ll be wondering how a town of around 50 permanent residents attracts so many yearly visitors. Hyder, Alaska is situated on the Southeastern border of the state and can only be accessed by water or road through its bigger Canadian neighbor, Stewart. This was my first experience of Alaksa prior to heading into Juneau and let me tell you, if you can’t make it all the way to mainland Alaska then Hyder is well worth a stop. The impressive scenery, glaciers and up-close bear encounters are just what I envisioned Alaska to be like. With no US neighbors, Hyder uses Canadian currency and if needed the Canadian law enforcement. Easily seen in a day, Hyder is well worth the detour… read more >

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