This Tiny Town In Alaska Is Like Nowhere Else On Earth

Hyder, Alaska is a village that is tucked in the forest along the Alaska-Canadian border. This tiny place is isolated from the rest of Alaska by the vast Tongass National Forest. In this crazy town, they celebrate all the holidays both American and Canadian and you’re sure to have an excellent time. The residents depend on Canadian services for most of their needs, but they still hold onto to their Alaskan pride and wave the U.S. flag. Head to Hyder in the extreme corner of Alaska for an extreme adventure.

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Alaska has a wide variety of interesting, tiny towns. Check out The One Tiny Town In Alaska That Was Just Named As The Weirdest Place In America and There’s A Tiny Town In Alaska Completely Surrounded By Breathtaking Natural Beauty.

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