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Wow. Truly takes your breath away. Talk with the locals. They will quantify for you how far back... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2017
PeteLikesFishing
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Bozeman, Montana
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Absolutely beautiful.

No cell service, no gps on garmin...Who cares about technology with all the beauty and solitude... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2017
Gmelindag
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Rusk, Texas
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“gravel road” (8 reviews)
“fish creek” (10 reviews)
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Granduc Mine Road, Hyder, AK
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Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

Wow. Truly takes your breath away. Talk with the locals. They will quantify for you how far back the glaciers receded in their lifetimes. Drive this in conjunction with your visit to Fish Creek Wildlife Observations Site.

Thank PeteLikesFishing
Reviewed 23 August 2017

No cell service, no gps on garmin...Who cares about technology with all the beauty and solitude. Utterly gorgeous.. saw just 6 black bear.

Thank Gmelindag
Reviewed 31 July 2017

The road beyond the Fish creek observation site is gravel/earth, is heavily potholed and is in absolutely terrible condition. Most people seem to stop at the lookoff to Salmon glacier, at km 27.7 The drive to the summit of Salmon glacier at km 37.0 is...More

Thank driftdiver1
Reviewed 31 July 2017 via mobile

Unfortunately our trip here was beset by fog and low cloud so didn't get the best view of the glacier. Would say though that the road here is very rough, more a case of potholes with the occassional flat piece of road! We say pick-up...More

Thank R4546JUrichards
Reviewed 23 June 2017 via mobile

We drove up from Hyder since it's only 18miles up a gravel road. We drive a Toyota Sienna and saw a Hyundai Veloster going up as we were coming down so it's not a difficult drive, just avoid the potholes and go slowly. Saw a...More

Thank William G
Reviewed 21 June 2017

This is a must see if anywhere near to Stewart, BC. Fifth largest glacier in Canada. Rough mining road leads to the top but a good trip.

Thank bst34285
Reviewed 8 June 2017

It is well worth the drive. We drove up to the lookout spot with the picnic table where you can view what the locals call " the toe". There was a rock slide preventing us from going further which will not probably be cleared for...More

Thank thomjane
Reviewed 11 January 2017

The glacier is about 18 miles north from Hyder Alaska. The road up is winding and treacherous. Not for the weak, but the view up there is spectacular. It is a very large glacier and the ice fields are pristine. Be sure you choose a...More

1  Thank op2myst2017
Reviewed 18 October 2016 via mobile

I live not too far from this beautiful glacier, and its stunning beauty never ceases to amaze. I certainly recommend it to anyone who can possibly go to see it. One precaution, the road is not always in the best of condition, so be careful.

1  Thank mejohnny93
Reviewed 19 September 2016

The Salmon glacier in northwestern BC is located 20 miles from Stewart, but you have to enter the US at Hyder to get to it. There is now (as opposed to the 1970's) a US border post that checks ID. The road runs through Hyder...More

1  Thank David A
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drrockimi
13 March 2017|
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Response from David A | Reviewed this property |
We crossed with little formality. There is a US border post, but since you can't go anywhere but back into Canada, I'm not sure if they would be checking for visas. Being Canadian we did not require a visa, only our... More
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Jim_and_Cathy_G
14 February 2017|
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Response from Bucket2428 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry missed the question earlier. It may be too late. If the road has been graded after winter you should be able to pick side to side to miss rocky outcrop. It's steep but not outrageous
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jasonsU2256WZ
12 July 2016|
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Response from susanhamrick | Reviewed this property |
I it quite narrow, steep and there are trucks coming down from the mine and work crews further up the mountain. I would not try it and the day we were up there I saw no motorhomes or large trucks.
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