Tumbler Ridge

Tumbler Ridge Locator Map

Population: 3,500

Tumbler Ridge is located 73 miles southwest of Dawson Creek and 55 miles southeast of Chetwynd via Highway 29 South. 

Visitor Information: District of Tumbler Ridge Visitor Centre at 270 Southgate; or visit www.visitTumblerRidge.ca.

Tumbler Ridge was built in conjunction with development of the North East Coal resource in the early 1980s. The Quintette Mine south of town was the world’s largest computerized open coal pit mine until it was shut down in the fall of 2000. Tumbler Ridge was incorporated April 9, 1981, making it British Columbia’s newest community. Visitor services include food, gas, and lodging. Tumbler Ridge has retail and grocery outlets, a hardware store and a car wash. Camping at Flatbed Creek Campground just outside of town and at Monkman RV Park in town.
Attractions:
  • Dinosaur Discovery Gallery has an expanding collection of dinosaur bones and other fossils is discovered locally.
  • Spectacular 225-foot/69-m Kinuseo Falls in Monkman Provincial Park is 37 miles south of town via a gravel road. Long, steep hike down to foot of falls.

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