Capilano Suspension Bridge
Your pulse quickens as you step onto the swaying planks of Vancouver's most popular visitor attraction. Breathe in the cedar-scented rainforest air, as mists drift through the canyon below and you make your way across Vancouver's most famous landmark. Pause and marvel at this feat of engineering, surrounded by 300 year old west coast rain forest. No visit to Vancouver is complete without a stop at Capilano Suspension Bridge.
Cultus Lake Golf Club
Majestic valley scenery, executive 18 hole, par 63 golf course.
4000 Columbia Valley Hwy
Cultus Lake Waterslides
If you are coming from Vancouver heading East, take exit 104 which takes you through Yarrow to Cultus Lake. Traveling towards Vancouver your exit is 119B at Sardis.
4150 Columbia Valley Hwy
"One of the World's Greatest Show Gardens" nestled against 7000 foot Mt. Cheam in the coastal mountains of beautiful British Columbia.
Hwy #1 at exit 135
The Fraser River's Edge Bed & Breakfast Lodge
A riverfront bed & breakfast lodge with spectacular views, hot tub, cedar sauna, nature trails, fishing and golf. The perfect getaway vacation or fishing lodge holiday.
43037 Old Orchard Road
City Of Lytton
Lytton is located in British Columbia, Canada, at the convergence of the mighty Fraser River and its largest tributary, the Thompson River. We are the Village of Superlatives, known as "The Rafting Capital of Canada" and "Canada's Hot Spot".
Lytton Swimming Pool
Open Monday to Saturday
Hell's Gate Airtram
Famous Hell's Gate in the scenic Fraser Canyon is nature at it's most magnificent. View the might Fraser River from one of two 25 passenger cabins.
Located less than an hour south of Lytton on Hwy #1.
Boasts 150 km of hiking trails, three cable crossings over the Stein River and several wilderness campsites. Spectacular scenery, outstanding historical, cultural and spiritual values, this wilderness park protects the entire Stein River watershed and is completely user-maintained. Located west of Lytton, the main trailhead is located on the west side of the Fraser River, accessed by crossing the Lytton Ferry.