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Museum
The Tumbler Ridge Museum is a must see for anyone coming into the community. The first dinosaur footprint in Tumbler Ridge was discovered by a local 9 year old boy at Flatbed Creek.
Nesbitt’s Knee Falls
Nesbitt’s Knee Falls trail explores through a forest along a narrow pine needle cushioned walking path ending with a peek-a-boo view of Nesbitt’s Knee Falls on Waterfall Creek.
Northern Lights
**Photo Credit to Kevin Sharman
Pinnacle Peak
Pinnacle Peak is one of the most amazing rock peaks available in all of BC. This creates an amazing place to take award winning photography.
Quality Canyon Falls & Quality Mouth Hiking Trail
Quality Creek offers a number of beautiful location to view before it leads into the Murray River. The Quality Canyon Falls is a scenic spot that is ideal for taking a break or cool down by jumping in for a dip in the shallow pool.
Quality Falls
Quality Falls drops 7 meters over a resistant sandstone layer, with softer rocks below the ledge. The trail drops down to the creek level in a series of switchbacks which lets you get a better view of the falls.
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.
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