Tumbler Ridge Tour Service Providers
Wild River Adventure Tours

Randy Gulick
1-833-830-8848
www.wildrivertours.ca


A small, family run, touring company that does riverboat, jeep, ATV and snowmobile tours.
Wild River Adventure Tours is a Tumbler Ridge UNESCO Global Geopark Tour Operator.
Please give Randy a call to ask any questions you may have at 780-830-8848
Wild River Adventure Tours where we’re all about YOU choosing an experience YOU will ALWAYS remember!

Ridge Rotors

Marc Bresse
1-877-242-4211
marc@ridgerotors.com
www.ridgerotors.com


Ridge Rotors offers many helicopter services including adventure and tourism.

Heli Tours, Heli Hiking & Fishing to see and experience some of the most rugged and beautiful landscapes imaginable.

Explore Tumbler Ridge’s wilderness backyard in a new way with Ridge Heli Adventures.  
Ridge Heli Adventures is teaming up with local tourism to provide you and the crew with a hassle free weekend in the mountains.
 Spend a day trekking to secluded waterfalls and partaking in a grounding yoga class there.  
 Explore your creative side by taking a paint brush in your hand under an artists guide.
 Jump into a helicopter and fly through valleys and over mountain peaks to alight at alpine meadows for rarely seen wonders while enjoying a savouring lunch.

All of this and more can be explored at www.ridgeheliadventures.com

Tumbler Ridge Visitor Information Centre

265 Southgate Street, Tumbler Ridge
250-242-3123
tourism@dtr.ca


Tourist Information - Trail Brochures - Gift Shop

The Tumbler Ridge Visitor Information Centre is equipped with a level two Electric Vehicle (EV) charging station that is accessible to most Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) and Plugin Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV).


Wolverine Nordic & Mountain Society

Email: contact@wnms.ca

Lisa Mackenzie, WNMS President: (902) 754-2935

Birgit Sharman (250) 242-4860

Charles and Linda Helm (250) 242-3984

www.wnms.ca


The WNMS is made up entirely of volunteers, and has been registered as a non-profit Society in BC since 1994. Our mission is to promote and develop all aspects of people-powered outdoor recreation in the Tumbler Ridge area. We design, build and maintain hiking trails, in cooperation with BC Rec Sites & Trails, BC Parks etc. – currently 30 trails, almost 100 km. Brushing and removal of deadfall and danger trees occurs in spring and in late summer on most trails.