A young boy inspects his hand for flakes while panning for gold at Hell's Gate Airtram on Thanksgiving Monday. The tourist attraction's final day of the year included sales at the candy shop

Closing day at Hell’s Gate

Another season wraps up for popular Fraser Canyon tourist stopover

  • Oct. 20, 2014 10:00 a.m.

A young boy inspects his hand for flakes while panning for gold at Hell’s Gate Airtram on Thanksgiving Monday.

The tourist attraction’s final day of the year included sales at the candy shop, and free rides on the tram for those who brought along pumpkins to drop.

Hell’s Gate, located on the Trans Canada highway between the Alexandra Bridge and Boston Bar, is now closed until April.

To learn more about Hell’s Gate, visit them online.

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