One of our most scenic and popular trails has recently been rerouted. An updated trail brochure is available here and embedded below:
We love the winter! As part of our continued efforts to promote outdoor recreation we’re happy to share our updated showshoing brochure with you! Many thanks to Birgit Sharman with WNMS for putting in the time to keep these updated year after year. The brochure can be downloaded directly here.
We were delighted to host the University of Alberta ATLAS EAS Graduate Student Society in the Geopark over the September long weekend! Thank you for all of your perseverance despite the constantly changing weather conditions. Despite their short time here we managed to conquer the Shipyard and the Titanic, Boulder Gardens, Windfall Lake and the…
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
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
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.
Weekly hikes begin July 2nd and end Aug 31st $5 or $10 for families; All hikes begin at the Tumbler Ridge Visitor Info Centre For more information give us a call at 250-242-3123
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.
The five kilometre hiking trail to Windfall Lake was developed by Wolverine Nordic and Mountain Society (WNMS) volunteers in 2008. Since then it has become one of the most popular trails in the region, leading to superb mountain and lake scenery. Its intriguing geology and internationally significant fossil-bearing areas also make it a geosite of…
Charles Helm This photo, taken by Gilles Goddard, is of the first twenty metres of the hiking trail to the Shipyard-Titanic area. This trail, developed and maintained by the Wolverine Nordic and Mountain Society (WNMS) volunteers, has become one of the most iconic Geopark attractions, given its magnificent rock formations and the excitement of trying…