Tumbler Ridge | British Columbia

Tumbler Ridge is British Columbia’s youngest community and is home to the UNESCO Global Geopark, where paleontological history was made in 2000. Two local kids discovered dinosaur tracks in Flatbed Creek. The Geopark boasts British Columbia’s first dinosaur bone beds, comprised of dozens of specimens, and dinosaur tracks from 74 to 135 million years ago. The Dinosaur Discovery Gallery displays examples of these rare finds. In addition to walking in the footsteps of dinosaurs, visitors can take in breathtaking alpine vistas, sparkling waterfalls and a myriad of outdoor activities.

www.tumblerridge.ca

Tumbler Ridge Visitor Center located at 265 Southgate St. 250-242-3123

www.tumblerridge.ca