Transportation & Maps
Stewart is a simple town to navigate. Downtown consists of only a couple blocks, so walking is the easiest way to get around in the summer.
Visitors can even cross the border by foot to Hyder, Alaska, just next door. Mountain bikes are also a good option. Cars, however, are the best mode of transportation for checking out the many outdoor activities and natural attractions in the area, such as hiking trails and scenic drives to glaciers. Many roads in the area are gravel, not paved.
Getting to Stewart is easy for those with their own transportation. The town is at the very northern tip of Highway 37A, which connects to Highway 37, at Meziadin Junction, 65km/40mi away. The nearest transportation hub for connecting to buses, trains, and flights is Terrace, 337km/204mi south. Driving to Terrace takes about four hours.