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Getting Here

By Road

In a magnificent setting on the eastern flanks of the Canadian Rocky Mountains in Northeastern British Columbia, Tumbler Ridge may be surrounded by spectacular wilderness, but it is also very accessible.

Most visitors drive to Tumbler Ridge, enjoying spectacular scenery along the way. Road access is via Hwy. 52 115 km (71 mi) southwest of Dawson Creek and Hwy. 29, 90 km (56 mi) southeast of Chetwynd.

How ever you arrive, you may never want to leave!

Driving Distances:

  • Calgary, 1000 km / 621 mi
  • Chetwynd, 90 km / 56 mi
  • Dawson Creek, 115 km / 71 mi
  • Edmonton, 702 km / 436 mi
  • Fort St. John, 188 km / 117 mi
  • Grande Prairie, 250 km / 155 mi
  • Prince George, 400 km / 249 mi
  • Vancouver, 1186 km / 745 mi

For additional information on traveling to Tumbler Ridge by Road


By Air

Commercial flights into Dawson Creek, Fort St. John and Grande Prairie, Alberta bring visitors to the heart of the Peace River region from cities across Canada and the U.S., with major car-rental agencies at each airport. Dawson Creek, home to Mile 0 of the historic Alaska Highway, is the closest.

Tumbler Ridge Airport, located 11 km (6 mi) south of town, is used primarily by small private and charter planes.

Most visitors drive to Tumbler Ridge, enjoying spectacular scenery along the way. Road access is via Hwy. 52 115 km (71 mi) southwest of Dawson Creek and Hwy. 29, 90 km (56 mi) southeast of Chetwynd.

For additional information on traveling to Tumbler Ridge by Air