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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 mail falls.
Bergeron Falls
Bergeron falls hosts one of the highest waterfalls in BC.
Bullmoose Falls
This hidden dream destination will impress you every time you decide to take this trip.
Flatbed Falls & Area
Flatbed Falls is the most popular tourist destination in Tumbler Ridge. These falls are close to town and take some time to walk up stream and relax at the overhang rock or explore at the pool, or walk down stream and hang out at the mini falls.
Kinuseo Falls
One of the true gems of the Tumbler Ridge area is Kinuseo Falls. Featured in the 2015 fantasy hit The Seventh Son, Kinuseo Falls is a spectacular 70m cascade. Taller than Niagara Falls it showers over 40m3 of water a second at its peak season
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.
Monkman Provincial Park
Monkman Provincial Park is made up of 62, 867 hectares of natural beauty. This area includes alpine meadows, jagged mountain peaks, forested valleys, thundering waterfalls and clear alpine lakes.
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.
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