This town is at the junction of the Thompson and the Fraser rivers. The town sits high on a plateau,
giving it some of the warmest weather in Canada. Indians used to harvest many tons of salmon at this
river junction. During the gold rushes of the 1850s and 1860s, this town was a major supply base for
the gold fields. Its location on two major rivers today makes it the "Rafting Capital of Canada."
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