Lytton BC, Canada’s hot spot and river rafting capital, is nestled between the meeting point of the Thompson and Fraser Rivers. The Thompson River and the Thompson Canyon are world famous for white water rafting, kayaking, outdoor adventures and hotter than Texas summers. As the emerald green Thompson flows into the dark waters of the Fraser, it creates a fusion of brilliance. The river rafting in the area is amazing. If you’re a railway buff, be sure to visit the caboose filled with history and pictures of the railway dating back to its construction.

Like many other communities in the area, you will find two railroads. We have the Canadian National Railway on one side of the Canyon and the Canadian Pacific Railway on the other side. There is a lot of viewable and interesting infrastructure that was built with the railway. For example the Siska bridges when the railways switched sides of the canyon. Another famous treasure in the Lytton area is the Stein Valley. It is southwestern British Columbia’s only biologically complete unlogged valley, with thrilling scenery, wildlife, and raging rivers.