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Salmon Glacier Self Guided Auto Tour: general information

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Salmon Glacier Self Guided Auto Tour

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More information about:
(1) the Bear River Estuary in this "Review of Estuary Management Plans in British Columbia" document at page 26,
(2) Hyder BC history and crossing the border,
(3) Eagle Point on the waymarking website section 1 and section 2,
(4) Tongass National Forest,
(5) Moose Pond,
(6) Fish Creek Wildlife Observation Site,
(7) Titan Trail,
(8) Riverside Mine,
(9) the glacial outburst flood that affected Nine Mile Bridge back in 1967,
(10) Premier Border Crossing - Silver Heights,
(11) Indian Mine,
(12) Premier Mines,
(13) and (14) Salmon Glacier and its viewpoint,
(15) Granduc Mine and a Map overview on the Wikimapia website. Although for a long time an abandoned site, there is activity again with Castle Resources planning to re-open Granduc Copper Mine.
The texts accompanying the "Reference points" for this attraction are based on the Brochure "Glacier Highway and Salmon Glacier Self Guided Auto Tour" and the Brochure "Granduc and the Salmon Glacier road" available at the Tourist Information Center...
More information about:
(1) the Bear River Estuary in this "Review of Estuary Management Plans in British Columbia" document at page 26,
(2) Hyder BC history and crossing the border,
(3) Eagle Point on the waymarking website section 1 and section 2,
(4) Tongass National Forest,
(5) Moose Pond,
(6) Fish Creek Wildlife Observation Site,
(7) Titan Trail,
(8) Riverside Mine,
(9) the glacial outburst flood that affected Nine Mile Bridge back in 1967,
(10) Premier Border Crossing - Silver Heights,
(11) Indian Mine,
(12) Premier Mines,
(13) and (14) Salmon Glacier and its viewpoint,
(15) Granduc Mine and a Map overview on the Wikimapia website. Although for a long time an abandoned site, there is activity again with Castle Resources planning to re-open Granduc Copper Mine.
The texts accompanying the "Reference points" for this attraction are based on the Brochure "Glacier Highway and Salmon Glacier Self Guided Auto Tour" and the Brochure "Granduc and the Salmon Glacier road" available at the Tourist Information Center in Stewart.
For a fine overview of Stewart history, pioneers, mining, Granduc and great stories, you can visit "a definitive look at the history of Stewart" website.
You can find a fine road description "Meziadin Junction to Stewart, including Hyder and Salmon Glacier" at the Yukon Sights website or "Hyder: Between The Mountains, The Glacier, And The Sea" in FMC Magazine.
More information about:
(1) the Bear River Estuary in this "Review of Estuary Management Plans in British Columbia" document at page 26,
(2) Hyder BC history and crossing the border,
(3) Eagle Point on the waymarking website section 1 and section 2,
(4) Tongass National Forest,
(5) Moose Pond,
(6) Fish Creek Wildlife Observation Site,
(7) Titan Trail,
(8) Riverside Mine,
(9) the glacial outburst flood that affected Nine Mile Bridge back in 1967,
(10) Premier Border Crossing - Silver Heights,
(11) Indian Mine,
(12) Premier Mines,
(13) and (14) Salmon Glacier and its viewpoint,
(15) Granduc Mine and a Map overview on the Wikimapia website. Although for a long time an abandoned site, there is activity again with Castle Resources planning to re-open Granduc Copper Mine.
The texts accompanying the "Reference points" for this attraction are based on the Brochure "Glacier Highway and Salmon Glacier Self Guided Auto Tour" and the Brochure "Granduc and the Salmon Glacier road" available at the Tourist Information Center...

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Salmon Glacier Self Guided Auto Tour: nearby destinations

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