Activities

Outdoor Adventures Canada Style: Take it outside!

Tumbler Ridge is a dream destination for outdoors enthusiasts no matter what sort of adventure you're looking for: from high-energy to easygoing. Tumbler Ridge is home to accessible year-round recreational opportunities for all ages, interests and abilities. The possibilities are as diverse as the landscapes in which they appear. 

Wherever you go, whatever you do, Tumbler Ridge is sure to leave you with treasured lasting impressions.

To download a PDF of the 2021 Tumbler Ridge Visitor & Relocation Guide click here

To download a PDF of the 2021 Tumbler Ridge Recreation Map click here.

Check out the lists below to browse through Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter activity options! 

Snowmobiling

Tumbler Ridge is the destination of choice for Peace Region riders. Untouched powder and a long, deep-snow season in the foothills of the Rockies provide some of the finest riding in the country. Our heart-pounding slopes and wide-open spaces—all cloaked in a thick layer of glistening white—offer endless riding possibilities. The TR Ridge Riders Snowmobile Association has developed an extensive network of signed trails.

Activities

Core Lodge

The Core Lodge is a day lodge created by the TR Ridge Riders Snowmobile Association. It contains a cozy area to relax, start a fire and warm up. The Core Lodge area has everything from groomed, easy-to-ride trails to challenging hill climbs. Windy Ridge offers more than 100 runs with exciting climbing bowls and steep peaks. The Super Bowl, Toboggan Hill and Terminator Peak provide real tests for expert riders and terrific views for family and intermediate riders.

Bullmoose Riding Area

Bullmoose is a large area full of cut blocks and logging roads that will suit all experience levels of riders. There are three main bowls and the area offers some excellent powder later in the season.

Wolverine Riding Area

Wolverine is a backcountry rider’s dream. The Wolverine is made up of a variety of bowls and tree riding; most of the riding is for experienced riders. The staging area is located west of the Wolverine Mine site. This area boasts lots of trails and amazing alpine views. There is some side hilling to access the riding area and caution should be used. CAUTION: there are deactivated bridges beyond km 32.5 on the Wolverine FSR - check with the Visitor Centre for current road conditions.

Lovin' The Lakes

Nearby lakes are perfect spots for families and beginners. Moose Lake is an easy ride with good, solid ice cover and picnic facilities, and Bearhole Lake has a network of interweaving trails.

Avalanche Safety

Before heading out, check the Avalanche Canada website avalanche.ca for the avalanche forecast and important tips and tools like the Trip Planner. Be sure you wear your avalanche transceiver and bring a probe and shovel when riding in the backcountry. Consider taking an avalanche safety course from one of our local providers. Make a riding plan based on the current avalanche and weather forecast. If you see recent avalanche activity, unstable snow exists. Riding on or underneath steep slopes is dangerous. For more riding information contact our Visitor Centre or visit www.trridgeriders.com Facebook: TR Ridge Riders Snowmobile Association
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