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Rich in history, scenic beauty and hospitality, the route from Hope to Barkerville has been the Pathway to Gold for thousands of years.
First Nations, fur traders, gold seekers, Royal Engineers and railroaders have all left their mark on this unique landscape. From the Fraser Canyon to the rolling Thompson bench lands and into the Cariboo, the route remains a road to riches of another kind today.
The communities on the Pathway to Gold are part of a living history, not a dead past. You can taste that history at the dozens of sites along the way. You can get your passport stamped at participating Visitor Centres and partner organisations near each site.