Learn more about taking a road trip to Hyder, Alaska, including how to get there and what to do while you’re there. Plan your next road trip to Alaska and find all the most iconic (and silliest) sites along the way!

The best Alaska roadside attractions to visit on an Alaska road trip. Add these roadside oddities to your travel bucket list, itinerary, or route map!

The 15 Best Alaska Roadside Attractions

Are you planning an Alaska road trip and want to find all the best Alaska roadside attractions along your route? Whether you’re driving the Alaska Highway, popping off a cruise, exploring Denali National Park, or vacationing in Anchorage, Juneau, or Fairbanks, you won’t want to miss these...

VICTORY! I was Hyderized at the Glacier Inn in Hyder, Alaska.

Getting Hyderized at the Glacier Inn in Hyder, Alaska

Have you ever heard of being hyderized? I’ve never been much of a drinker. I much prefer downing a Coca-Cola or a chocolate milkshake to a beer or glass of wine. When I do drink I tend to go from zero to sick way before the point of actually getting inebriated. And don’t get...

Meziadin Junction, a Hyder, Alaska Visitor Information Center, in British Columbia, Canada.

How to Get to Hyder, Alaska on a Road Trip

It takes about twenty hours to drive from Seattle, Washington to Hyder, Alaska. Twenty hours, that is, if you drive non stop. No breaks. No food. No sleep. No traffic. No stops at silly Alaskan roadside attractions. Hyder is located at the head of the Portland Canal, a 70 mile-long fjord...

Visiting Stewart, British Colombia, Canada.

Visiting Stewart, British Colombia & Alaska

We woke up pretty early and hit the road…Most of the pit stops of the day were to take photos of signs pointing to our main destination of the trip: Hyder, Alaska. Yes, yes, you can drive from Seattle to Alaska. Hyder is a small little town on the Canadian/British Columbian border...