Top Trails and Parks near Tumbler Ridge
What to do this Spring in Tumbler Ridge?
Wanting to soak up a little sun and take in breathtaking views? Well, you’re in luck! Tumbler Ridge is one of those places where you can do that and much more.
This year, take a trip down to Tumbler Ridge and explore the many trails and parks near and around this majestic place.
Here is a list of the top trails and parks near Tumbler Ridge:
Top Trails and Parks near Tumbler Ridge:
- Gwillim Lake Provincial Park
- Bearhole Lake Provincial Park and Protected Area
- Windfall Lake Hiking Route
- Bergeron Falls/Cliffs
- Barbour Falls
- Babcock Falls
Gwillim Lake Provincial Park
Location just 30min northwest of Tumbler Ridge, the Gwillim Lake Provincial Park is 32,326 hectares of all purpose fun and activities.
Visitors can enjoy:
- A panoramic vista of the superb Rocky Mountain scenery
This is BC’s third oldest park which was established 1918. The Campgrounds are accessible to 50 vehicles and accessible all year round. Its unique freshwater sources and unspoiled basins, the lake water has a beautiful fresh blue color.
Bearhole Lake Provincial Park and Protected Area
Bearhole lake Provincial Park is 17,460 hectares of Lakeview forest located 25 km east of Tumbler Ridge.
The Park is traditionally used by the First Nations of the Treaty 8 Tribal Association. The lake is a great spot for interesting fishing like fly and ice fishing.
Top Trail Info:
Here is a list of trails and Parks near Tumbler Ridge:
|Windfall Lake||10 Km/5 hours||
|Bergeron:||Falls: 8.8-11km/3-4 hours
Cliffs: 6km/ 3-4 hours
|Barbour Falls||2.5 Km/1.5 hours||
|Babcock Falls||2 Km/1 hour||
Things to Prepare for your Trip
It is the perfect time to take advantage of the local trails that are just minutes away from Tumbler Ridge. Remember to stay prepared, carry plenty of water, a camera, and weatherproof clothing incase the weather decides to turn. So come explore these trails and parks near Tumbler Ridge.