On this day last year, Babcock Falls was a beautiful Ice display. With our warm weather this year we might have to wait a little longer before we see the falls like this. Nonetheless, Babcock Falls is definitely an attractive snowshoeing destination…
Join members of the Geopark and Tumbler Ridge Search and Rescue at the Tumbler Ridge Community Centre tomorrow for International Mountain Day 2018. We will be talking about why #MountainsMatter, how to stay safe when hiking in them and doing some giveaways!..
The Shark’s Fin is one of the most iconic mountains in the Tumbler Ridge UNESCO Global Geopark because of its shape, but did you also know that it is made up of some of the oldest rock within the Geopark? The Shark’s Fin is composed of the quartzites..
What a fantastic #ScienceSunday post by the Peace Region Palaeontology Research Centre! We are so lucky to have this excellent resource in our own backyard to help showcase the fossil heritage of the Tumbler Ridge area. #ScienceSunday #PRPRC #Palaeontology..
Do you want to see the Shipyard and Titanic in the winter but don’t want to do the 10km snowshoe? Randy with Wild River Adventure Tours will shuttle you to the trailhead and then guide you out into the subalpine of Mt Babcock which has shed these rocks..