Hyder Is The Small Alaskan Town That Runs Off Of Everything Canadian

The tiny town of Hyder, Alaska is the southern most community of our state that can be reached by car. Completely surrounded by wilderness or Canada, the only way into this spot is through an international border or a float plane. Even though this town is a part of Alaska, it’s remote from it, with no direct road access from Alaska.

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Have you visited Hyder, Alaska? What did you think? Did you travel through Canada to get there? Let us know in the comments below!

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Address: Hyder, AK, USA