• Airlines
    Kamloops is the nearest commercial airport and does provide car rentals. Boston Bar and Cache Creek/Ashcroft have private airstrips and there’s a heli-pad at Hell’s Gate, often used by Valley Helicopters out of Hope.

    Bus Services
    Greyhound Canada operates a daily service through the Fraser Canyon. Formal stops are at Boston Bar, Yale and Lytton though buses will respond to pre-arranged flag-downs such as pick-ups/drop-offs near various rafting outfitters.

    Public Transit
    There is limited transit services in Lytton. Please visit BC Transit for details.

    Car Rentals
    Closest car rentals are available at Kamloops Airport.

  • The Lytton Chamber of Commerce provides valuable information about the community, relocation and local businesses.

    Lytton currently has a Bank of Nova Scotia.

    Lytton is located in Gold Trail School District #74.

    Kumsheen Elem-Secondary School (8-12, 70 Students)
    Trans Canada Highway & Highway 12
    Lytton, BC, V0K 1Z0
    P: 250 455-2328

    Lytton Elementary School (K-7, 85 Students)
    270 Seventh Street
    Lytton, BC, V0K 1Z0
    P: 250 455-2215

    Stein Valley Nlaka’pamux School (K-12, 117 Students)
    1675 St. Georges Road
    Lytton, BC, V0K 1Z0
    P: 250 455-2522

    Visitor Centre
    Visitor Information Centre
    400 Fraser Street
    Lytton, BC, V0K 1Z0
    P: 250 455-2523

  • Summertime brings two festivals to Lytton – the Lytton River Festival on the Labour Day weekend and the annual Lytton Days Celebration. Enjoy the parades, the pow wow, farmers’ market, bands, street dancing and more.

    Recreational gold panning along the gravel bars of the Thompson and Fraser Rivers is popular with tourists and locals alike.

    The Lytton Museum and Archives is beautifully organized and maintained by volunteers who also host heritage days where people are encouraged to bring artifacts for identification and photographing.

    Celebrating the outdoors is a four season event for Lyttoneers. Mountain bike in the fall, river raft in the summer with 25 different commercial rafting companies, birdwatch and hike in the spring, and ATV/snowmobile in the winter.