The Lytton-Lillooet Highway is a very scenic drive in British Columbia, Canada, following the east bank of the Fraser River.
The road, also known as British Columbia Highway 12, is 66.2 km long. It links Lytton and Lillooet towns. The road was built in 1953. There are some bumps or pot holes but the scenery well makes up for it. This two lane road runs the length of a mountain and follows its curves. The road condition is rough.