The Fraser Canyon is a four season destination, suited for all types of explorers from the history buff to the adventure seeker. It is a photographer’s paradise with limitless natural backdrops, teeming with wildlife and fascinating history. As you wind through the canyon you can stop in somewhere for a refreshing meal, visit Tuckkwiowhum Village and experience Indigenous culture, or try something new such as fishing or gold panning.
The Trans-Canada Highway is also the road less travelled, with less traffic and lower elevation than other routes. Challenge yourself to hold your breath as you travel through the various tunnels. Try to remember their names as you approach the “Gates of Hell”. Once there, take a break and stretch your legs in an air tram suspending on cables descending 1,000 ft. over the international fishways. Visit Frances Harrington Park in Boston Bar and try to imagine crossing the Fraser River in North America’s only aerial car Ferry.