Stonehammer Geopark from New Brunswick was kind enough to send this personal message to celebrate the official inauguration of the Tumbler Ridge Geopark.
100-million-year-old tracks uncovered at B.C. coal mine and preserved in Tumbler Ridge Museum A discovery by an employee at Teck Resources Limited’s (“Teck”) Quintette Project, south of Tumbler Ridge in British Columbia’s Peace Region, has turned out to be one of the finest examples of fossil crocodilian tracks in the world. Geologist Kevin Sharman…
In recent weeks a Canadian Press article by Dirk Meissner on the so-called “dinosaur autobahn” near Williston Lake made the national news The media found the description of multiple dinosaur trackways on a large flat surface area irresistible, and the story spread across the world. This is truly a phenomenon for everyone in northeastern BC…
Famous since its discovery & Taller than Niagara Falls — Kinuseo Falls is a crown jewel of our Geopark.
A Hike along a smorgasbord of geological and paleontological significance.
Near Tumbler Ridge, one of our highest and most scenic destinations.
Excellent hiking through intriguing geological scenery
This quick easy hike is very close to Tumbler Ridge and is one of our most popular destinations!
An alpine destination treating guests to a series of stunning ridges.
7 Stops accross 160km of driving – many attractions: a wetland hiking area, three lakes, two waterfalls, and a resurgence spring, and three provincial parks