Famous since its discovery; Taller than Niagara Falls — Kinuseo Falls is not to be missed.
Near Tumbler Ridge, one of our highest and most scenic destinations.
The Tumbler Ridge Geopark Society (TRGGS) is very pleased to announce the appointment of our newly hired TRGG Manager Sarah Waters. Sarah brings 17 years of experience working as a consulting archaeologist and traditional use specialist. Also a very avid volunteer involved in many volunteer groups (WNMS, TRMF, TRGG) in Tumbler Ridge including her position as manager for…
Starts 11am @ Tumbler Ridge Golf Course on the Lost Haven Cabin trails (part of the TR Trail). Entry Fee – $5 per individual or $10 per family – pay on race day Distances – Elementary School – 1.3 km; Junior High – 3 km; High School Girls – 4.7 km; All Others 6 km …
Sarah Gamble and Kaitlin Minichiello, archaeologists with Amec Foster Wheeler in Tumbler Ridge, have been conducting the archaeological impact assessment for Boralex’s proposed Redwillow Wind Energy project 50 kilometres southeast of Tumbler Ridge. They look for evidence of past human use of the area, such as prehistoric First Nations sites or historic trapper cabins, not…
They really love our “Happy Jumpers” at UNESCO. Here Birgit and Sandy are pictured high above the TRGG.
Also in the news our Videographer released a showcase of Tumbler Ridge Fall colours today!
Tunnel Mountain is a remarkable remote geosite best done as a day trip from Windfall Lake.
Steep hike looking over the town site, a favourite among locals.
A former mink ranch next to one of the best preserved sections of the Monkman Pass Highway.