entering the back country:
make sure you are well
prepared by carrying a map
of the trails. An adventure in
the back country can quickly
become a misadventure if you
have not properly planned
your trip. Please do not litter
and dispose of garbage in
our forests. Let's keep the
back country clean for
everyone to enjoy!
consider before heading out
into the back country:
stay the night.
case you come across a
bear or cougar.
Highway is the adventure of a lifetime.
During your travels through Northeastern
British Columbia, take time to discover
the opportunities that exist beyond
the roadway. If you enjoy exploring
uncharted territory and creating your own
adventure, then this is the place for you.
outdoor recreation opportunities with its
pristine natural backdrop of the Northern
Rocky Mountains. Enjoy back country
hiking in remote areas offering adrenaline
mountain climbs, wildlife viewing and
rivers of the area and discover the
original transportation routes of the
First Nation's people and early European
settlers to the region. Journey the lakes
and rivers by taking a calm canoe paddle
across a lake, a high adrenaline white
water rafting adventure, or a jet boat ride
that will take your breath away.
of the many outdoor adventures available to you
in Northeastern British Columbia. If you have any
questions, or require more information on other
trails, stop by the local Visitor Centre in the area and
pick up their local hiking guide.
it flows to the Murray River. The one kilometre trail
leads to the upper section of the falls, where there
is a picnic site and viewpoint. From Tumbler Ridge,
take the Heritage Highway (Highway 52) towards
Dawson Creek. Look for a sign and clearing on the
left, six kilometres from the Junction of Mackenzie
Way and the Heritage Highway. There is a large sign
indicating the trailhead.