Hyder | Southeast (Inside Passge)

“The friendliest ghost town in Alaska” and Hyder works hard to maintain that reputation. Spectacular scenery (available free to all visitors) as well as great fishing, eagles to watch and bears to photograph. How could you want more? Well, there is more to Hyder; the trip from one end of Main Street to the other can be an adventure in itself.

Hyder was originally named Portland City by the unlucky group stranded there by an unscrupulous promoter. He had lured them north with promises of gold and then left them in what was once the most desolate area in Alaska. The name was changed in 1914 to Hyder to honor geologist, F.B. Hyder. Hyder has always had a boom bust economy, and the local residents are philosophical because when it is good, it is very good.
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Meziadin Lake Provincial Park

Mexiadin Lake Provincial Park is near the Meziadin Junction with the Cassiar Highway. Only 50km to Stewart BC and Hyder, AK. 66 …

 

Meziadin Lake Provincial Park

Mexiadin Lake Provincial Park is near the Meziadin Junction with the Cassiar Highway. Only 50km to Stewart BC and Hyder, AK. 66 …

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