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TRANS CANADA HIGHWAY # 1
Western Terminus of Trans-Canada Highway, BC Horseshoe Bay Ferries Terminal,Junction Highway #99. - Photo view from Nanaimo BC Ferry approaching the British Columbia mainland at Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal, BC. North to Whistler, British Columbia
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Junction of BC Highway #99 - The Sea to Sky Highway
Access to Squamish, BC and Whistler, BC. - NOTE: For highway travel via Highway #99 - See RV Highway Itinerary BC Highway #99 Cache Creek, BC to West Vancouver, BC for highway driving directions.

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Exit # 0
Access to Marine Drive
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Exit # 2
Access to Eagleridge Drive.
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Photo View from highway
Driving east on the Trans Canada Highway.
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Exit # 4
Access to Westport Road
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Exit # 7
Access to Westridge Ave.
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Exit # 8
Access to Cypress Bowel Road. Access to Cypress Provincial Park, BC. Facilities: 2 Day Camp Picnic area, picnic tables, Pit and flush toilets. Wilderness, back country or walk-in camping. Hiking trails
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Exit # 10
Access to Skilift Road.
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Exit # 11
Access from highway
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Exit #13
Entering the city of North Vancouver, BC. Attractions in North Vancouver: The Pier a 700-foot long public walkway that extending into Burrard Inlet, BC; a moorage point for large ships - Trans Canada Trail Pavilion - Lower Lonsdale Community Garden - Lonsdale Quay Market & Shops, BC. - This 90 shop market is Located on the shore of North Vancouver with view of Vancouver's skyline and harbour. - North Vancouver Museum & Archives The museum shows exhibits of the history of logging and shipbuilding. - Park & Tilford Gardens, BC, features eight European styled theme gardens. - Chiba Garden, BC a traditional Japanese garden. -
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Point of Information
Crossing the Capilano River, BC. The British Columbia, Capilano River, floes north to south through the Coastal Mountains, located on Vancouver's North Shore and drains into Burrard Inlet, BC.
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Exit # 14
Access from highway
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Exit # 17 - Westview Drive
City of North Vancouver, BC
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Exit # 18 - Access to Lonsdale ave photo# 177
City of North Vancouver, BC
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Exit # 19
Access from highway
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Photo View from highway
Driving east on the Trans Canada highway
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Exit # 22
Access to Fern Street
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Exit # 23a
Access to Main Street.
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Photo view from highway
Crossing the Burrnard Inlet, BC
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Exit # 26
Access from highway
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Exit # 27
Access to Rupert Park
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Exit # 28a
Access to Boundary Road.
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City of Burnaby, BC
Access from highway. Attractions in Burnaby, BC - Burnaby Village Museum & Carousel, features a 1920s BC Electric Railway tram stop community. Heritage and replica buildings on a 10-acre site, with costumed people in period dress. The site also features a 1912 CW Parker Carousel. - Metrotown, BC.
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Exit # A &B
Access to Willingdon Ave.
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Photo - View from highway.
This stretch of highway features a HOV lane for vehicles with 2 or more passengers.
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Exit # 32
Access to Sprott Street.
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Exit # 33
Access to Kensington Ave - Canada Way
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Exit # 37
Access to Gaglardi Way.
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Point of information
Entering the City of Coquitlam, BC
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Exit # 40 a
Access from highway.
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Exit # 40b
Access to Brunnette Ave.
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Exit # 44
Access to the Lougheed Highway. Access to Highways 7A and 7B
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Photo view from highway Looking at the Fraser River and the city of Vancouver, BC in the distance
Crossing the Port Mann Bridge, BC. The Port Mann bridge spans British Columbia's Fraser River. The Fraser River is British Columbia's longest river 1,375 km (870 mi), in length.
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Exit # 48 - Entering the City of Surrey, BC
Access to 152 Street.
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Exit #50
Access to 104 Ave & 160th Street.
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Junction of Highways Trans Canada #1 and #15
Access to 88 Ave W.
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Wiegh Scales
South side of highway.
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Exit # 58 Photo -Access to Fort Langley, BC - Access to Cloverdale, BC
Fort Langley BC, National Historical Site. Fort Langley was constructed in 1827 as part of the Hudson's Bay Company's network of fur trading posts across what is currently Western Canada. In response to the gold rush, which attracted many Americans, British Columbia was proclaimed a Crown Colony at Fort Langley BC in 1858. Today, Fort Langley brings to mind a sense of history with its original building, historic objects, reconstructed buildings, costumed interpreters, and special events. Access to Camping R V Parks. - Attractions in and around Fort Langley, BC: Mountain View Conservation Centre - Langley Centennial Museum - Fort Wine Co - Fort-to-Fort Trail - Fort Langley National Historic Site of Canada - Fort Langley Community Hall - Dogwood Christmas Tree Farm - Old CN Station - Chief Sepass Theatre - Langley Fine Arts School - BC Farm Machinery & Agricultural Museum.
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EXIT # 66 and Route # 10
Visitor Information, Camping
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Exit#73
Aldergrove BC, Highway#13 - Attractions in and around Aldergrove BC,: - Aldergrove Telephone Museum & Community Archives - Aldergrove Metric Centre for Media Arts.
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Exit # 87
Clearbrook BC, all services
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Exit# 90
Visitor Information Centre
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Exit # 92 and # 11 Highway - City of Abbotsford, BC
The first stage in Abbotsford's colonial development occurred when the Royal Engineers surveyed the area in response to the Gold Rush along the Fraser River in 1858. - Attractions in and around Abbotsford, BC: Fraser Valley Trout Hatchery and Visitor Centre - Tretheway House - Charisma Gallery - Clayburn Village - Trethewey House Heritage Site & Matsqui-Sumas-Abbotsford (MSA) Museum
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Exit #99 - Access to Rest Area
Access to Hougen Park, south side of highway
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Sumas River Bridge

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Photo - View from highway
Driving west on the Trans Canada Highway.
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Exit # 104
Exit to Cultus Lake,Provincial Park, Chilliwack Lake, BC. There are four campgrounds within this park: Clear Creek has 82 sites; Delta Grove has 57 sites; Entrance Bay has 52 sites; and Maple Bay has 104 sites. There are 19 double sites and no pull through sites.
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Exit # 104 - Photo - Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park
Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park .There are a total of 146 campsites. There are 20 double sites and no pull-through sites. There is a two vehicle maximum at each site See Web site for Information
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Sumas Drainage Canal Bridge

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Bridge
Over Vedder Canal
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Exit #109 - Photo View from Highway
Access to Royal Wood Golf Course, BC.
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Exit # 116
City of Chilliwack, BC. Visitor Information Center, west side of highway. Access to Cottonwood Meadows R V Country Club, BC
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Exit #119 - City of Chilliwack, BC
Access to Chilliwack, City Centre, Airport, Sardis, BC. Attractions in and around Chilliwack, BC: Chilliwack Artisan Tours - Chilliwack Circle Farm Tour - Chilliwack Community Arts Council - Kilby Historic Site - Aitken House, Chilliwack - Atchelitz Threshermans Association Museum - B.C. Telephone Building - Benjamin S. Bradshaw House - Canadian Military Education Centre - Chilliwack Academy of Music - Chilliwack Museum & Archives - Cooper House - Dickens Sweets & British Museum - J.H. Ashwell House - Sto:lo Nation Long House & Interpretive Centre - Kilby Historic Site - Annual Chilliwack Bluegrass Festival, BC - Fraser Valley Thunder, BC - Harrison Mills BC.
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View from Highway
Looking through Fraser Valley, BC; towards mountains
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Exit # 129
Golf Course
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Exit # 135
Junction Highway #9 Harrison Hot Springs, BC Agassiz,BC, Minter Gardens, BC, Rainbow Ranch R.V.Park, Bridal Falls, Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park
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Exit # 135 - Photo - Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park, BC
Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park, No Camping. This park has a day-use/picnic area. Pit and flush toilets are located throughout the park.
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Exit # 138
Bridal Falls, BC
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Exit # 146
Herrling Island, BC.
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Exit # 153
Laidlaw, Jones Lake, Camping, fishing,
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View from Highway
Highway View, Looking towards, District of Hope, BC.
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Exit #160
Pull Out Rest Area, Whistle Stop, R. V. Tent Park, BC.
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Exit #165
Wild Rose R. V. Park, BC.
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View from Highway driving east
View of Highway
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Exit # 170 - Hope BC - Junction of 'BC Highway #1 'The Trans Canada Highway'
Access to Visitor Information, Hope BC Town Centre, Access to British Columbia Highway 5T - Attractions in and around Hope, BC - Hope Museum - Hope Slide - Othello Tunnels; Located in the Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park - Hope Arts Gallery - Doc's Canadian Trail Carving Gallery. NOTE: For for highway travel east via British Columbia #5T The Coquihalla Toll Highway (Hope to Kamloops, BC Kelowna, BC) See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - British Columbia #5T The Coquihalla Toll Highway Hope to Kamloops, BC for highway driving directions

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Point of Information
Crossing The Fraser River, BC. The Fraser River is the longest river in British Columbia, Canada, rising near Mount Robson, BC in the Rocky Mountains and flowing for 1,375 km (870 mi), into the Pacific Ocean at the city of Vancouver, BC.
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Junction of British Columbia Highway #7 'The Lougheed Highway,'
East to Harrison Hot Springs, BC; Coquitlam, BC; Westminster, BC; Port Moody, BC; Port Coquitlam, BC; Maple Ridge, BC; Pitt Meadows, BC; Haney, BC; Langley, BC; Abbotsford, BC; - NOTE: For highway travel west via BC; Highway #7 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide BC Highway #7 Vancouver, BC to Hope, BC; for highway driving directions

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View from highway - Photo The BC Fraser Canyon highway sign
Entering Fraser Canyon, BC. Originally a major obstacle to travel between the British Columbia Coast and the British Columbia, Interior, the Fraser Canyon over time became the principal route for commercial and passenger traffic.
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Rest Area
Pull Out And Rest Area
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Cariboo R. V. & Campground, BC
Camping
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Campers Roost Campground, BC
Camping
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Dogwood Campground, BC
Camping and R.V. Park
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Emory Creek, BC
Emory Creek Provincial Park, BC.This park offers vehicle accessible campsites on a first-come, first-served basis - campsite reservations are not accepted. There are 34 sites, 3 of which are double sites. There are no pull-through sites. Sites are all in the trees, shaded, and equipped with tent pads.
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Yale Creek, BC
Yale Creek Campground ,66 campsites, 16 partial hookups ,Elec. and Water Hope River, R.V. Park & Campsite
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Photo View from highway
Looking North on 'The Trans Canada Highway' Highway # 1
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Point of Information
Crossing Gordon Creek, BC
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Town of Yale, BC
Yale BC was an important strategic point during the construction of Canada's first transcontinental rail route, the Canadian Pacific Railway. One of the greatest engineering challenges of the line had to be faced when Andrew Onderdonk directed the task of creating a rail bed along the sheer canyon walls north of the town. Information on web site, Historic Church, Museum, Fraser River Raft Tours Expeditions
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Fraser River Raft Expeditions
River Rafting
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Point of information
Yale Tunnel, BC
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Pull Out Area

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Point of information
Crossing the Fraser River,BC
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Point of Information
Saddle Rock Tunnel, BC.
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Point of information
Sawmill Creek, BC.
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Colonial Inn, BC
Lodging and Camping
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Point of information
Sailor Bar Tunnel, BC
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Fraser River Bridge
Travel Information
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Pull Out Area
Rest Stop
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Point of information
Alexandra Tunnel, BC.
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Tunnels
Hells Gate Tunnel, BC Freebee Tunnel.
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Hells Gate Air Tram, BC
25 Passenger Air Trams, crossing the BC, Fraser River, Restaurant, Gift Shops
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Information Sign
Information on Fraser River
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Hilltop Gardens Campground, BC
Camping
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Point of Information
China Bar Tunnel, BC
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Anderson Creek Campground, BC
Camping , Full Hookups
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Point of information
Anderson River Bridge, BC.
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Boston Bar BC
Town of Boston Bar BC: Boston Bar BC; dates from the time of the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush (1858-1861). A 'bar' is a gold-bearing sandbar or sandy riverbank, and the one below today's town was populated heavily by Americans
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Canyon Alpine Camping and Motel, BC
Camping, Full Hookups
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Blue Lake Resort, BC
Camping R.V. Full Hook Ups 1km off highway
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Photo View from highway
Traveling north on BC; Highway #1 'The Trans Canada Highway'
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Siska Art Gallery Museum, BC
Native Arts
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Scuppa Rest Area
Pull out area
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Junction of Highway# 12 to Lillooet BC
Village of Lytton BC Editors NOTE: In 1860, the Lillooet BC, was the 2nd largest North American centre west of Chicago, just behind San Francisco. Access to Visitor Information and village centre. - Attractions in and around Lillooet BC: Bridge of 23 Camels - The Lillooet Museum - The old Salt Box frame house - The Chinese Rock Piles - Hangman's Tree.
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Jade Springs Camping, BC
Camping, R. V. Hookups.
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Kumsheen Rafting Adventures, BC
River Rafting, Camping, Lodging
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Skihist Provincial Park, BC
Camping: There are 58 sites at Skihist; four of the 58 sites are walk-in camp sites and will accommodate only tents. - Picnic Areas - Pit or Flush Toilets - Sani-Station/Dump - Drinking Water.
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Roadside highway turnout
Highway view of river from pull out on highway #1 going north, on 'The Trans Canada Highway'
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Thompson River R.V. Park, BC
Camping,
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Shaw Springs Camping and R.V. Park
Camping
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Gold Pan Provincial park, BC
Camping, no telephone, nearest telephone, 1km south at Shaw Springs ,on Highway # 1. Goldpan has 14 camping sites on a first-come, first-served basis. Each site is situated above the river bank and provides a view of the river. These sites are small to medium in size and can accommodate tents, campers and medium sized trailers. Large camping units will have trouble maneuvering the roadways of this small park.
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Highway Junction
Junction of Highway # 1 and highway # 8
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Spences Bridge, BC
Lodging, services Spences Bridge, BC; located at the confluence of the BC; Thompson and BC; Nicola Rivers,
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Acacia Grove Resort & R. V. Park, BC
Camping and Rv Hookups, Store
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Photo View from highway
View of river and valley from highway, going north on highway # 1 'The Trans Canada Highway'
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Red Hill Rest Area
Pull Out
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Ashcroft Manor, BC
Exit to Ashcroft Manor: Ashcroft Manor was built in 1862 by Clement and Henry Cornwall who settled here and developed the Manor.
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Visitor Information

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Junction of Highways
Highway # 97c & Highway #1
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Junction of Highway #97
Highways, #1 Trans Canada Highway and highway #97. East to city of Kamloops, BC. Attractions in and around Kamloops, BC: - Kamloops Cowboy Festival - Icewine Festival - Wildlights - Kamloopa Pow Wow - Squilax Pow Wow - Annual Family Fesival - Poker Ride and Fun Day - Kamloops Farmers Market - Horse Racing - Pritchard Rodeo - Kamloops Pro Rodeo - Black Powder Rendezvous; Rendezvous at the Hefley Creek Gun Club - North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo. - ARTS & CULTURE - Kamloops Art Gallery - The Horse Barn Gallery - Hampton Gallery - The Secwepemc Museum and Heritage Park - Kamloops Symphony - Museums - Western Canada Theatre. - NOTE: For highway travel east or west via BC; highway#97 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Highway #97 'The Cariboo Highway' Prince George, BC to Kamloops, BC for driving directions. -e9