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 2022-2023 Tumbler Ridge Visitor & Relocation Guide click here

To download a PDF of the 2022-2023 Tumbler Ridge Recreation Map click here.

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

Bullmoose Airstrip & Surrounding Area

Bullmoose is a perfect area for ATVing or Sledding for people of all ages! Not only is it close to town (30kms North of Tumbler), but the old abandoned airstrip, just a few kilometers down Bullmoose road, is approximately 1 mile long and 200 yards wide, therefore it can accommodate quite a few campers, trailers or toy haulers. If you travel a little further down Bullmoose road, you can enjoy a ride, or hike, to many of the surrounding areas. This is just a few of the many places around Tumbler to explore, so get out there, have fun and be safe!



You can camp at the old Airstrip (1 mile long, 200yards wide) or across the highway at the Bullmoose Marshes. There are also a few other unmarked, but large, places to set up camp along the Bullmoose Road. Also a great wide-open place for kids to play!


There are many places around this area to explore! Whether you re an avid hiker or just a casual hiker, this area is perfect for both. However some areas are unmarked, so be sure to carry a GPS or compass.

ATVing / Dirtbiking

Bullmoose offers quite a few places to explore for the avid ATVer. With pipelines, cutlines, trails and Forest Service roads that go for miles, you may want to pack a lunch!


Follow the Bullmoose mine road for 17 km and turn left onto the Windfall Creek Forest Service Road. Just before an electrical substation, turn left and there you will find a ‘parking lot’ where you can offload. You and your family and can enjoy a nice leisurely ride approximately 25kms to the bus, where you can warm up and have a lunch! There are also lots of side trails that lead to mountainous ranges for the advanced rider. You can go to to view more riding trails.


Make sure you are properly equipped when snowmobiling. Always carry avalanche packs, probes, beacons, GPS, etc. Not all areas are marked and weather can change in an instant.


Mountainous peaks, waterfalls, breathtaking scenery - make sure your battery is fully charged, or take an extra!