RSBC & Xatsull

Xatśūll Community Dinner
and Cultural Event
Wednesday, July 31st

Xatśūll Heritage Village
3405 Mountain House Road, Williams Lake, BC V2G 5L4, Canada

2:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The day is tentatively scheduled as follows:
Pit-cooking demonstration – 2:00 pm
Working effectively with First Nations workshop – 3:00 pm
Site tour – 4:00 pm
Catered dinner – 5:00 pm
Closing circle – 7:00 pm

To reduce waste, please bring your own plate, bowl, utensils and cup.

The FraserFEST Community Dinners are $15 per person, plus GST. 
Registration is required to attend.

The deadline to register for this dinner is July 28th.


Up for an Adventure?

Raft the Fraser Canyon with us!
There are several excursions available, both for individuals and groups.
See here for more information.

Hike & Bike the World Class Mountain Bike Trails at Xatśūll

The trails are for mountain biking, hiking and any other non-motorized use. The trail network, constructed in 2016, connects Xatśūll Heritage Village and the Fraser River with Blue Lake and features over 8 km of trails with spectacular views and challenging stunts (with beginner versions at each one).
Plenty of parking is available at Xatśūll Heritage Village and the trailhead at Highway 97. “Squiggly Bench” is the cross country climbing line that connects Highway 97 with Blue Lake. A great downhill ride or hike is the “DH Hipsta” trail which has some very creative and unique wooden structures, including the largest in the Interior. “Crazy Ant” connects Highway 97 with the Fraser River – it has an expert-only freeride option with the most incredible views of the Fraser River. There is also a hiking trail that connects “Crazy Ant” with Xatśūll Heritage Village – it features several views of the River. Bikes can connect to the Heritage Village as well and experience all the award-winning site has to offer.

See a map of the trails at Trailforks.com

Everyone lives in a watershed.
Experience yours.

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