Moderate Hiking

The only average thing about these hikes is their difficulty.  Some of these will still include steep sections but they can be great family outings and reward visitors with some amazing memories.

Kinuseo Falls From Drone

Kinuseo Falls

Famous since its discovery & Taller than Niagara Falls — Kinuseo Falls is a crown jewel of our Geopark.

Shipyard Titanic

The Shipyard and Titanic

Mt Babcock has shed these rocks so perfectly they resemble ships laid up in a yard. Amazing views of the valley await brave hikers.

Training on Bergeron Cliffs

Bergeron Cliffs

A Hike along a smorgasbord of geological and paleontological significance.

Bergeron Falls

Near Tumbler Ridge, one of our highest and most scenic destinations.

Birgit on the mountain

Mt. Spieker

Excellent hiking through intriguing geological scenery

The Stone Corral

The Stone Corral

Mystical water surrounded by Limestone Cliffs. Surprisingly accessible, come be amazed.

Quality Falls

Quality Falls

This quick easy hike is very close to Tumbler Ridge and is one of our most popular destinations!

Boulder Gardens Lagoon

Boulder Gardens

Mount Babcock’s Southeast Slope features a landscape of towering rock pinnacles. Scrambling necessary in places.

Babcock Falls

Babcock Falls

Sub-alpine meadows lead to an attractive waterfall which plunges into a deep pool.

The Bald Spot

Steep hike looking over the town site, a favourite among locals.

Quality Canyon

Quality Canyon

The Quality Creek has cut this canyon over thousands of years.

Don’t forget your Camera

As you’ll see by our photo galleries the TRGG is one destination where you’re going to run out of camera memory quickly.


Drop into our newly built Visitor Info Centre (250-242-3123).  Book a tour and stay at our B&B’s, Inns, or Hotels.

Friendly People

The People of Tumbler Ridge are famous for their hospitality.  Small town living in the remote mountains breeds a strong community.


The beauty and diverseness of the Tumbler Ridge Geopark has been known to cause the following symtoms:  frequent return visits, longing for scenery, and an obsession with paleontology.

The TRGG trail system offers over 50 self-guided hikes to various geosites. Trails are well signed and information for visitor includes level of difficulty, specific features such as waterfalls, picnicking, dinosaur footprints and geo sites, distance from community to trail head and availability of cell service. Updating of brochures, guidebooks and interpretive signage is a continual process. Self-guided hiking brochures have been developed by the local <a href=”” target=”_blank”>Wolverine Nordic Mountain Society (WNMS)</a>.  They can be downloaded here or picked up at the Visitor Information Centre and Community Centre downtown.

The Tumbler Ridge Geopark is home to many creatures but the hiker should be aware of Black and Grizzly Bears. Almost all human interaction with bears is of a defensive nature in which the bear will make a lot of noise and really just wants you out of his space. It is generally best to play dead in this situation – regardless of Grizzly or Black Bear. Predatory attacks are quick different and most common with Black Bears and Cougars. You must fight back and defend yourself. It is recommended that hikers travel in groups and carry Bear Spray. More information on Bear encounters is available here from the Center for Wildlife Information.

If you need more information please don’t hesitate to contact us!  We will forward your inquiry to the appropriate people or groups and get back to you as soon as possible.


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    What to Bring

    Appropriate hiking gear includes:

    • Water

    • Bear Spray

    • Proper footwear

    • Layers of clothing

    • Sun Screen

    • Snacks

    • Bug Spray

    • A flint & tinder

    It’s important to let someone know where you’re headed and when you expect to return.  Our Visitor Information Centre keeps track of hikers all the time and can be reached at 250-242-3123, or drop in downtown.