Travel The Fraser Canyon2019-09-28T23:26:27-07:00
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The Fraser Canyon is a delight to drive through. The incredible scenery includes mountains, rivers and lakes. Explore hidden tunnels and stop off at one of the historic sights along the way.

Outdoor activities abound, try your hand at gold panning, visit the historic gold rush town of Yale, experience the thrill of river rafting or throw your hiking boots on and explore one of the many trails along the canyon.

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Activities in the Fraser Canyon

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A photographer’s paradise with views of the mighty Fraser River, historic bridges, cloud shrouded mountains, narrow rock gorges and shimmering lakes. Highway 1 is also the road less travelled, with less traffic and lower elevation than other routes.

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Fraser Canyon Businesses

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Cayoosh Municipal Campground
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Hell’s Gate Fudge Factory
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Lillooet Museum and Visitor Centre
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Emory Bar RV Park
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Rivers Edge Cabins
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Anderson Creek Campground
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Fraser Canyon Activities

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Yale Pioneer Cemetary

Located just west of Yale, on the Trans Canada Highway, the cemetery was established in 1858. The original cemetery was located next to Yale [...]

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The Lytton Reaction Ferry

This ferry is actually powered by the currents of the Fraser River. It brings vehicles and pedestrians across the River in Lytton BC and [...]

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Glamping at REO Rafting Resort

Constructed from hand-peeled logs and canvas our unique Glamping tents are perched on the edge of the Nahatlatch River. Each one is styled by [...]

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Yale Historic Site
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Canada’s Hot Spot
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Hell’s Gate Airtram

Drive the Scenic Fraser Canyon with its seven mountain tunnels into the historic heart of British Columbia and visit the biggest ‘rush’ on the [...]

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Salmon Spawning at Suckers Creek

This time of year brings a unique opportunity when exploring the outdoors in Hope: witnessing salmon spawning at Suckers Creek is an extraordinary experience, accessible trail, and enjoyable for all ages! Suckers Creek is a minor tributary of the Coquihalla River, which flows out of Kawkawa Lake. Typically Pink, Chum […]

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FIVE REASONS TO SHOP AT HOPE OUTDOORS

Seeking adventure? You’ll find it in Hope’s wild and wondrous terrain! Alive with mighty rivers, scattered with sparkling lakes, and thick with expansive forestland, our breathtaking mountain town is the ultimate setting for outdoor enthusiasts. In 2013, a local couple named Lily and Daniel recognized a need in Hope’s marketplace: […]

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Golden Larches of Manning Provincial Park

📷  by @kaly.snaps ⚠️ TRAIL ADVISORY | BC Parks is experiencing extreme level of visitors to the Golden Larches on Mount Frosty (EC Manning Provincial Park). Visitors coming to the park on weekends are advised that parking could be several KM walk from the trailhead. Visitors are highly recommended to […]

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Stunning Photos of Alexandra Bridge Provincial Park

📸 by Tim Barker Photo Alexandra Bridge Provincial Park is set along the historic route of the former Cariboo Wagon Road and highway. The current bridge which is now only open to foot traffic, was built in 1926 to replace the original bridge built in 1861 which later was destroyed […]

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