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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Shipyard Titanic
At the mouth of Babcock Mountain these three unique Geological formations are quite unlike anything else in the world. The Shipyard consists of series of gravity defying rock towers.
Stone Corral
The Stone Corral was identified in 1999 and was subsequently added to Monkman Provincial Park. The Stone Corral is an exquisite tarn surrounded by vertical limestone cliffs.
Stony Lake
Stony Lake is popular for camping, fishing and hiking. Its shores and surrounding area have been the scene of some of the most intriguing history in northeastern British Columbia.
Tepee Falls
The Tepee Falls is one of the numerous tributaries of the Murray that drops 15 meters into the chaotic valley jumble of boulders and sandstone.
The Cascades
The Cascades are a series of ten stunning waterfalls along Monkman Creek that thunder over rock ledges, separated by placid pools.
The Terminator
The pyramid shaped peak visible from the Core Lodge is known as the Terminator. This is one area that is popular to summer hiking and winter snowmobiling.
Tumbler Point
TR Point Trail over looks both Flatbed and Murray River Valleys. This trail also passes though the Tumbler Ridge Bird Sanctuary and is one of the best places to watch and listen to the birds.
Windfall Lake
Windfall Lake is a unique shaped lake looking like a tree/shrub, with its root system draining down the valley to create Windfall Creek.
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