British Columbia Travel Guide
The unofficial BC Travel & Tourism Guide
A trip to Lytton will bring visitors in touch with the preservation of both British Columbia's early childhood and the First Nations cultures which still reside here. Allow with the surrounding natural beauty and convergence of both the Thompson and Fraser Rivers the momentum to be out enjoying the sun or even snow topped hills is eminent.

The best ride visitors can imagine happens right on the river and involves heart beating times with a guide and few close friends. Camping, kayaking, swimming, hiking, horseback tours, and trail tours are all part of the many activities that are enjoyed along the rivers.

Population: 320

Caboose Park
Jelly Roll Layer Slit deposit preserved at between 11,000 - 25,000 years old.
Suspension Bridge
Farmers Markets
The Lytton River Festival - end of August, salmon bake, pancake breakfast, gold panning!
Siska Art Gallery and Band Museum
Scudamore Creek
Cottonwood Creek
Devil's Staircase
Tundra Lake
Lytton Musuem
Stein Valley Nlaka’pamux Heritage Park
Hell's Gate

Once the original First Nations village known as Camchin (meaning "the forks")the area was populated for over 10,000 years by members of the Siska Indian Band, Nicomen Indian Band, and the Lytton First Nations.

Simon Fraser first visited this site in 1808 and was greeted by over twelve hundred Interior Salish who came to meet him in person.

The name Lytton was given in honour of the British Colonial Secretary, Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton.

Summer average 28 + degrees Celsius
Winter average -5 degrees Celsius


Lytton Accommodations

Lytton Things to Do