Thanks UNESCO Earth Sciences & Geohazards Risk Reduction for making us #geoparkoftheday! We couldn’t be prouder of our Historical past and the future to come!
#TBT Fay led a party of five men and twenty horses on a scientific and exploratory expedition from Jasper to Hudson’s Hope, passing through what is now the Tumbler Ridge area. During his expedition, Fay kept a detailed journal, which he provided to..
#Wildlifewednesday One of the most intriguing, beautiful, majestic animals that live in the Geopark, is the Lynx. This medium-sized, short-tailed cat, with thick fur, long legs, and conspicuously large, well-furred paws makes it the ideal animal for the..
#Hikeoftheweek Want a relaxing day out in the amazing wilderness we call home? Tepee Falls is a 6km return snowshoe to one of the numerous tributaries of the Murray that drops 15 meters into the chaotic valley jumble of boulders and sandstone. The Tepee..
Snow Drags have returned to Tumbler Ridge! The TR Ridge Riders Snowmobile Association hosted the races on Saturday; an event that hasn’t happened in 20 years! Congrats to the event organizers and volunteers for a successful snow drags!