Outdoor Adventures Canada Style: Take it outside!

Tumbler Ridge is a dream destination for outdoors enthusiasts no matter what sort of adventure you're looking for: from high-energy to easygoing. Tumbler Ridge is home to accessible year-round recreational opportunities for all ages, interests and abilities. The possibilities are as diverse as the landscapes in which they appear. 

Wherever you go, whatever you do, Tumbler Ridge is sure to leave you with treasured lasting impressions.

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Babcock Falls
Wooden boardwalks will lead a path through this unique wetland littered with flowers and fossilized logs on the way.
Barbour Falls
Barbour Falls, named after Harry Barbour who served as a Forest Ranger in the area for over 25 years, is an easy scenic trail. There is a short side-trail down to a pool and smaller falls, some distance above the main falls.
Bergeron Cliffs
One of Tumbler Ridge landmarks is Bergeron Cliffs. Bergeron Cliffs provides an panoramic view of the Murray River Valley, Tumbler Ridge and the Heart Ranges of the Rocky Mountains.
Bergeron Falls
Bergeron Falls hosts one of the highest waterfalls in BC.
Bootski Lake
Bootski Lake is a small, beautiful, alpine tarn on the north flank of Mount Wapiti. Climbing above the forest to this alpine tarn, that is surrounded by steep slopes and spectacular alpine summits. Mountain goats guaranteed!
Bullmoose Falls
This hidden dream destination will impress you every time you decide to take this trip.
Bullmoose Marshes
If you have young kids or limited mobility, Bullmoose marshes should be on the top of your list of places to visit.
Holzworth Meadows
Holzworth Meadows is made up of a 15 km stretch of ridges and feels like endless meadows that barely shows any sign of human life.
Lake Joan & Canary Falls
Lake Joan is a most attractive lake, inside Monkman Park, and a short hiking trail leads past Canary Falls to its tranquil shores, where moose and other wildlife are frequently seen.
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