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Yoga & Hike

Join instructor Jayme Sauve with Gypsy Soul Nature Yoga every Saturday in August to discover a new destination in the Tumbler Ridge Geopark in mind body and spirit. $50 per hike or $170 for all 4. 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Too book please call us at 250-242-3123

Yet Another Creek, Yet Another Trackway

To find dinosaur tracks near Tumbler Ridge, the process is straightforward: Examine a geological map to see where rocks of the right age occur Ensure that these are terrestrial, not marine rocks (dinosaurs lived on land, not in the ocean) Work out where these rocks might be exposed on the surface, typically in canyons and…

Wilderness Survival Family Hikes

We’re excited that we’ve partnered with Wildsafe BC to offer 4 hikes with a survival theme.  Learn about plant identification, animal tracks, and general preparedness in our beautiful Geopark. July 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th. Limited space so call us at 250-242-3123 to book today! Each hike will leave from the TR Visitor’s Centre

Wild Women Windfall Lake Weekend

Join us on July 14th & 15th for an overnight hike to the iconic Windfall Lake. Registration deadline is July 11th & guides will be offering backpack prep that evening. Maximum 15 participants so call 242-4246to book your spot today!  $10 discount for Geopark Members.  

Tumbler Ridge Global Geopark Society AGM

Our AGM scheduled this year for July 31, 2018. It will be held in the basement of the Visitor Information Center at 6:00pm, followed by a regular board meeting. If you are thinking of running for a position on the board, a nomination form is attached. Please have them into the Executive Director, Sarah Waters…

Tumbler Ridge Global Geopark Manager

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…

Tumbler Ridge Global Geopark becomes UNESCO site

The Tumbler Ridge Global Geopark Society (TRGGS) is excited to share the news issued by UNESCO today announcing that all 120 existing Global Geoparks, including the TRGG, will now officially become UNESCO sites. The announcement comes after the 195 Member States of UNESCO voted positively to create the UNESCO Global Geopark label on November 17,…