#TBT Do you know how Tumbler Ridge got its name? The Bergeron Cliffs extend unbroken for over a kilometer and only at the farthest end of the trail, where the cliffs peter out, have they been eroded into large blocks of intriguing shapes and sizes. In..
Congratulations Géoparc de Percé on becoming the third UNESCO Global Geopark in Canada! The Percé Geopark is at the heart of the large Appalachian Mountain chain along eastern North America. The mountain formation and the magmatic and tectonic events..
This weekend the #TRGEO along with the District of Tumbler Ridge hosted the Wild Women Snowshoe to the Shipyard and Titanic. 20 Women gathered together from Tumbler Ridge, Hudson Hope, Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Grande Prairie and Grande Cache to conquer..
This FREE Seed-to-table workshop begins on #Earthday and is a wonderful way for the community members to build sustainable living skills in the areas of growing, preparing, and producing food through hands-on-experiences.
A couple weeks back, we had the honor of hosting some amazing travel writers here in the #TRGEO. Check out the great article that was written about our “Adventure sports mecca, waiting to be discovered”. Thanks to the team at Northern BC Tourism for putting..