The Fraser Canyon and Bridge River Country is a region of dramatic canyons and valleys that transitions between British Columbia's Lower Mainland and the interior of the province. The small towns and villages allude to a time past when they played a key role in the gold rushes and opening up the province.
Towns and rural areas
- Ashcroft - Is in the Thompson River Canyon.
- Bridge River Valley - the upper part of the Bridge River Country, famous for gold mining history and scenery
- Lillooet - Mile 0 on the old Cariboo Wagon Road
- Lytton - junction town where Highway 12 splits off the Trans-Canada to follow the Fraser Canyon to Lillooet
- Hope - Straddles the border between the Fraser Canyon and the Lower Mainland.
- Seton Portage and Shalalth - collectively known as Seton, located 20 miles west of Lillooet between Seton and Anderson Lakes, considered part of the Bridge River Country
- Fraser Canyon - Two railways, the Trans-Canada Highway, and the Fraser River make their way through this narrow canyon. Home of Hells's Gate.
- South Chilcotin Mountains Park