At the bottom of the Hell’s Gate tram ride is the Hell’s Gate Suspension Bridge that crosses the most turbulent section on the Fraser River. Don’t look down, the bridge deck is see through! Directly below the bridge is the spot known as Hell’s Gate. This part of the river is 110 ft wide and can range from 90 ft deep to 210 ft deep. The amount of water flowing through Hell’s Gate is more than twice the water flow of Niagara Falls! You don’t have to take the tram to cross the bridge into the Hell’s Gate Village! There is a hiking trail the will take you to Hell’s Gate too!
Tuckkwiowhum Heritage Village – Tour the original site where Fraser Canyon legends were born. See the summer lodges, smoke house, food caches, sweat lodge, earth ovens and an awe-inspiring pit house. Enjoy an historical adventure that will evoke deep memories of the old ways. We will greet you at the gates of the village and just like thousands of years ago, we will invite you into our pit house to visit one of our respected storytellers. Come share some of our traditional stories, walk our village and share in sacred memories of our Nlaka’pamux culture. Yes, the land remembers, and it is waiting to tell you of our past, come and listen
Anderson Creek Campground – A beautiful grassed park setting bordering the Fraser and Anderson Rivers. Full hookups -electrical 15 and 30 amp and water, firepits, picnic tables, clean washrooms with hot showers, sanidump, and sandy volleyball/badminton court. Fishing, walking and gorgeous scenery for photography and plein aire painting/sketching. Ask about special events during the season, such as a nearby archealogical dig or a gold panning competition. On site staff 24 hrs/day at Anderson Creek Campground.