Tete Jaune

Tete Jaune Cache was once a major centre with a shipyard during construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway and while high water has erased most of the signs of early activity, local history books are alive with the tales of its existence. Named after a yellow headed trapper called Pierre Bostonais in the 1800’s, Tete Jaune has evolved as an attractive residential community and a stopping place for tourists. Visit Jackman Flats and walk along the jackpine covered sand dunes, go mushing with a dogsledding team, enjoy whitewater rafting down the Fraser river, take a guided ATV or snowmobile trip into the mountains or relax in a spa and enjoy the wilderness beauty around you.