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British Columbia #37a Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway #37 The Cassiar Highway B.C.
West to Stewart, British Columbia / Hyder Alaska The Cassiar Highway is part of British Columbia's Great Northern Circle Route. - North to Watson Lake, Yukon north to the Alaska Highway and Dawson City, Yukon. South to community of Kitwanga, B.C. and the Yellow Head Highway B.C. Highway #16 - NOTE: For highway travel north via BC Highway #37 See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Meziadin Junction British Columbia to Yukon Territories Border and Highway #1 - For travel south see -

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Junction of Highway #37 The Cassiar Highway B.C.
Community of Meziadin Junction - Services fuel at highway, gas diesel, supplies, telephone. Note there is an area that one who is towing a 5th wheel or tow car can park their rig at a dry camp area for a small fee.
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Junction of Highway #37 The Cassiar Highway, BC
Access to Stewart / Hyder Visitor Information Center, north side of highway.
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Road side highway turnout
North side of highway.
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3.2
Road side highway turnout
Gravel Turnout, south side of highway. No services
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4.5
View from highway
Driving east on the Cassiar Stewart / Hyder Highway, BC.
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5.6
Road side highway turnout
Large gravel roadside turnout. South side of highway.
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6.2
Road side highway turnout
Rough gravel turnout, no services, north side of highway.
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View from highway
Traveling west on the Stewart Cassiar Highway, BC.
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8.7
Road side highway turnout
Small gravel turnout, no services, south side of highway.
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View from highway
Traveling west on the Stewart Cassiar Highway, BC.
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10.7
View from highway
Traveling west on the Stewart Cassiar Highway, BC.
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11.6
View from highway
Traveling west on the Stewart Cassiar Highway, BC.
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12.2
Point of Information
Crossing the Maziadin River, B.C. - Photo looking north at the Maziadin River, B.C. Traveling west on the Stewart Cassiar Highway.
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12.6
Road side highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services, south side of highway.
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13.8
View from highway
Traveling west on the Stewart Cassiar Highway, BC.
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15.5
View from highway
Traveling west on the Stewart Cassiar Highway, BC.
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Road side highway turnout
Large rough gravel turnout.
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16.5
View from highway
Traveling west on the Stewart Cassiar Highway, BC.
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16.6
Road side highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services, north side of highway.
11.9
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Point of Information
Crossing Entrance Bridge Creek, BC
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Bear Glacier Provincial - Rest Area
South side of highway - Picnic site, view point, picnic tables.
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24.8
View from highway
Looking south at the Bear Glacier, B.C. & Bear Lake, B.C. - Traveling west on the Stewart Cassiar Highway.
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Road side highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services
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34.0
Point of Information
Crossing Argyle Creek, B.C.
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Road side highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services, south side of highway.
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37.0
View from highway
Traveling west on the Stewart Cassiar Highway, BC.
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Road side highway turnout
Gravel turnout, with garbage container,
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39.2
Point of Information
Crossing the Bear River, B.C.
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Road side highway turnout
Large paved turnout with garbage container, north side of highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing the Bear River.
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Access to Rv Park Campground
West side of highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing the Bear River,BC.
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Community of Stewart, British Columbia
Access to Rainey Creek Municipal Campground, west of highway.
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View from highway Community of Stewart, British Columbia
'This is Bear Country' - Do not! feed the Bears
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Yukon Drive - Stewart, British Columbia
Traveling west on the Stewart Cassiar Highway.
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5th Ave - Stewart, British Columbia
The Stewart townsite is very interesting with many of the buildings dating from 1910 when 10,000 people lived there during the Gold Rush era. Stewart's colorful history has been dictated by the fortunes of the mining industry.
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Business area of Stewart, B.C.
Services fuel at highway, gas, diesel.
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Access to Visitor Information Center - Stewart, British Columbia
South side of highway. Very informative staff of the area around Stewart and Hyder.
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Access to Stewart's Boardwalk
The boardwalk which is just beside the Information Center. Check it out. One can view the bird life and also view the tidal flats and the Portland Canal from the boardwalk.
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Random photos of Stewart, BC
The next two photos have no set mileage point. Photos that caught Milebymile.com photographers eye on her morning walk.
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Random photos of Stewart, BC
This photo was taken of Rainey Creek, behind Rainey Creek Municipal Campground, BC.
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Canada / United States Border Crossing Point

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Community of Hyder Alaska ' The Friendliest Ghost Town in Alaska'
Eastern town line.
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Road side highway turnout
South side of highway, with historic information signs.
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Access to Bed and Breakfast

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Hyder Community Hall

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Access to R V Park Campground
Full Hookups. Camp Run-a-Muck Campground, Alaska.
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Photos of Hyder Alaska

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Hyder Alaska
Access to The Salmon Glacier. The Salmon Glacier is the 5th largest in the world. The 30 mile trip on gravel from Hyder, Alaska, one travels from sea level to 4,300ft in just a few miles.
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