just 63 km south of Tumbler Ridge.
Kinuseo Falls, 60 metres high, can be
reached by a short wheelchair-accessible
trail or a boat trip up the Murray River.
lagoon | sauna | steamroom
weight room | racquetball
4 slo-pitch diamonds
1 hardball diamond
2 beach volleyball courts
Tumbler Ridge sits on
the edge of a vast, still
Isolated, yet accessible,
the pristine mountain
ridges and valleys abound
with wildlife: elk, moose,
and deer. Keep a wary
eye out for wolves,
cougars, and the majestic
range of ages, interests
Toll free: 1.877.SAW.DINO
Tumbler Ridge, BC V0C 2W0
Highway 29 is a visual experience in itself. Take in
the scenery, but keep an eye out for wildlife on
the highways and drive carefully. You know when
you're getting close to Tumbler Ridge when you
start climbing into mountainous country. The word
most used to describe the descent to the town-
site is "enchanting", likening it to a mountain
resort. Reference guides for our trail network and
community can be picked up at the Visitor Centre,
Town Hall or the Community Centre.
eastern and western range species of the
Northern Rockies converge. A checklist of the 231
species that have been recorded is available at
the Visitor Centre and Community Centre, along
with information about the forest and wetland sites.
or riverboating. From Kinuseo Falls, it is a 52
kilometre paddle downstream to Tumbler Ridge.
The river is graded as a Class 2 with flat sections
interrupted by gentle rapids. You can put your
boat in at the Murray River Bridge on Highway
29, just a few kilometres from Tumbler Ridge.
Riverboat tours are available upstream to Kinuseo
Falls or downstream through the Painted Canyon.
Virtually undiscovered, this park is 32,000
hectares of wilderness containing abundant
wildlife, wildflower meadows, mountain glaciers
and lakes, as well as the 60 metre high Kinuseo
Falls, just 63 kilometres south of Tumbler Ridge.