British Columbia Highway 12

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Regional Director strictness:

  • Thompson - Nicola
  • Squamish - Lillooet

The connection between Lytton and Lillooet Highway 12 is the route in the Canadian province of British Columbia has a length of 62 km and runs parallel to the Fraser River.


In the Lytton Highway branches off to the north from Highway 1. Just after the turn is at the community Lytton. Just north of Lytton takes place the mouth of the Thompson River into the Fraser River. The highway now follows the valley of the Fraser River to the north. After around 62 km from the northern end is reached. To the east of Lillooet opens the Highway in the Highway 99 Apart from the two communities at the beginning and at the end of the highway leads this highway through no further. The landscape is intersected by Highway is called the Clear Range.