FraserFEST 2017 raft trip from Lytton to Tuckkwiowhum Village a huge hit

Monday, September 4, 2017|
  • FraserFEST raft trip from Lytton to Tuckkwiowhum

FraserFEST is a celebration of the Fraser River emphasizing environmental stewardship, First Nations reconciliation and sustainable development to attract people to B.C.’s largest, most iconic river. This year’s festivities included 12 community events staged at venues along the Fraser River, including Fraser Canyon communities like Xatśūll, Williams Lake, Lillooet, Boston Bar, Yale and Hope. The New Pathways to Gold Society has been a financial contributor of FraserFEST for the past three years. Check out the great pix from the FraserFEST raft trip from Lytton to Tuckkwiowhum Village on our Facebook page.

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Lytton, British Columbia
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