Tete Jaune Cache, BC

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Off the Beaten Path in Tete Jaune Cache, British Columbia

TETE JAUNE CACHE, BRITISH COLUMBIA – Canada. Tete Jaune Cache (“Yellowhead” in French), is located at the confluence of the Fraser and Robson Rivers.

Go Back in Time in Tete Jaune Cache, Canada

A historic point in the fur trade in the early 1800’s, Tete Jaune Cache was also once a major construction center during the building of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, this was once a bustling community of 3,000 people and the head of navigation for the flat-bottom stern wheelers which brought railway supplies up the Fraser River.

Great Activities and Things to do in Tete Jaune Cache, BC

Visitors to the area can enjoy a variety of outdoor adventures amid breathtaking natural scenery. Summer activities include backcountry and heli-hiking, horseback riding, sportfishing and ATVing. Winter activities include snowmobiling, heli-skiing or heli snowshoeing, x-country skiing, ice fishing and dogsledding.

Rafting is also a very popular activity in Tete Jaune Cache, BC. There are tons of resources that you can use to find the perfect rafting adventure for you and your family. We highly recommend Mistaya Rafting for a one-of-a-kind whitewater experience.

Official Tourism Sites:

– CanadianRockies.net