Kinuseo Falls in Monkman Provincial Park

(Albert Normandin photo)

Tumbler Ridge

Things to Do

Dinosaur footprint, Tumbler Ridge (Dr Charles Helm photo)

Dinosaur footprint, Tumbler Ridge (Dr Charles Helm photo)

Tumbler Ridge is a quiet and friendly town that is alive with endless year-round outdoor adventure.

Summer offers great hiking, fishing, and camping, while in winter the Rocky Mountains provide amazing terrain for snowmobiling. Also in winter, hiking routes are transformed to excellent cross-country ski trails.

A wide range of festivals and events, from half-marathons to sled-dog races, round out the year.

Dinosaur Track Tours

Tumbler Ridge is part of the UNESCO-supported Global Geoparks Network, and is known for its collection of dinosaur and other pre-historic fossils. Learn more about dinosaurs and the fascinating geological history of Tumbler Ridge by visiting the Dinosaur Discovery Centre and the Tumbler Ridge Community Centre Museum.

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