British Columbia Highway 37A

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"Glacier Highway" redirects here. For the Glacier Highway covering the populated mainland area of Juneau, Alaska, see Alaska Route 7 and Out the road.

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Highway 37A
Stewart Highway
Glacier Highway
Route information
Length: 65 km (40 mi)
Existed: 1984 – present
Major junctions
East end: BC 37 at Meziadin Junction
West end: United States border at the entrance to Hyder, Alaska, near Stewart
Highway system

British Columbia provincial highways

BC 37 BC 39

British Columbia Highway 37A, usually called the Stewart Highway and also known as the Glacier Highway, is a 65 km (40 mi) long spur off Highway 37 west to the border towns of Stewart and Hyder, Alaska, where it connects with Alaska's Salmon River Road. Highway 37A was given this designation in 1984.

The Salmon River Road actually ends in British Columbia at the former site of a town called Premier, which serviced mines in British Columbia and later the Granduc Mine.

External links[edit]

The western terminus of Highway 37A at the Canada-United States border, directly adjacent to Hyder and several miles southwest of downtown Stewart.