Do you like Dirt Bikes and Drones? Above Tumbler Ridge, the official Videographer of the Geopark has captured some exciting footage of one of our local motorsports enthusiasts (aka a Dirt Biker) having a great time on some of the ATV trails we’re famous for! Big thanks to Brandon Braam and Chris Leggett for putting…
We are excited to announce the date and time for this year’s AGM. We’ll be meeting April 21st – 6pm at the PRPRC in Tumbler Ridge. If you have any questions or concerns please get in touch with our manager, Sarah Waters.
One of our local Palaeontologists was a guest this week on CBC’s premiere science show. Click this link to read the story and listen to the interview.
Our official videographer strikes again! This time capturing a team summiting the mighty Kinuseo Falls. Normally not very accessible in the winter this team was lucky the road was still passable. Our official videographer Above Tumbler Ridge also took the time to publish a behind the scenes video which can be viewed below.
Dr. Helm gave this presentation recapping the discoveries and goings on of the TRGG at the Tumbler Ridge Public Library on Jan 14, 2016.
Come with your cross country skis and learn what tools you need and how to apply glide and grip wax! Please bring your own wax and/or iron if you have it.
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,…
Another fantastic article from the globe and mail features the Tumbler Ridge Global Geopark’s Paleontological strengths: Click to read the Globe and Mail’s Article
Presented by WNMS this friday at 7pm. Tumbler Ridge Secondary school – tickets available at the door $10 for adults, $5 for kids (Under 6 free). Please remember to bring indoor shoes. More info on their website here.
When our delegates from Tumbler Ridge attend UNESCO Global Geoparks Network conferences, they are struck by how many Global Geoparks have Pleistocene (Ice Age) geology as their main theme. By contrast, here in Tumbler Ridge we have sometimes viewed the Pleistocene glacial till that covers much of the surface as an irritant, something to be…