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Highway 37 Stewart-Cassiar
Scenic Route to the Yukon and Alaska

A Guide to Driving Northern B.C.’s Beautiful Highway 37

From Kitwanga Junction on Highway 16, to the Yukon, Highway 37 traverses through some of the most remote and beautiful scenery in British Columbia. It is one of only two land routes from B.C. to the Yukon Territory and the State of Alaska. The total distance from the junction of Highway 16 to the Yukon border is 725 kilometres (450 miles). Along the way, there are small populated areas.

Use the links in the left-hand menu to help plan your trip.

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Highway 37 Stewart-Cassiar - Scenic Route to the Yukon and Alaska

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Side Trip: Stewart BC and Hyder Alaska - Glacier Highway 37A - Bear Glacier

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Side Trip: Highway 37A - Stewart

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Mehan Hodder Rest Area

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Nass River Bridge

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Side Trip: Telegraph Creek Road - Tahltan Village

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Stone Sheep - Good Hope Lake

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Side Trip: Tour through the Yukon back into BC to visit Atlin Lake

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