Kinuseo Falls in Monkman Provincial Park

(Albert Normandin photo)

Tumbler Ridge

Hiking (JF Bergeron photo)

Hiking (JF Bergeron photo)

Tumbler Ridge (population: 2,454), an outdoor adventurer's paradise located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, is known for its many scenic waterfalls and publicly-accessible dinosaur tracks.

The community is small, friendly and genuine, and provides a great escape from the bustling crowds. Tumbler Ridge also has an impressive fossil history including dinosaur remains, and is part of the UNESCO-supported Global Geoparks Network.

Year-round Activities

Tumbler Ridge's many annual festivals and events and endless seasonal recreation opportunities promise year-round entertainment. Run the Emperor's Challenge, a mountainside half-marathon, take in some music at the Grizfest outdoor music festival, participate in the Tumbler Ridge Golf & Country Club tournament, watch mushers race to the finish at the Wolverine Challenge Sled Dog Race, or enter a team in a winter bonspiel.

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