Your Peace River hotel in Tumbler Ridge, BC
Our hotel is where it’s at for nature enthusiasts and anyone
who has a love for glorious scenic mountain views. There are so many activities
to get involved in our prime destination wonderland.
From the Grizfest Music Festival to the Emperors Challenge marathon and natural attractions, you'll have numerous opportunities to experience all of what Tumbler Ridge has to offer.
Stay at the Trend Mountain Hotel & Convention Centre for the Emperor’s Challenge
If you want to set a new personal best this year why not do
it by participating in the
Emperor’s Challenge? This half-marathon mountain run takes participants
up over 2000 feet in altitude to the summit of beautiful Babcock Mountain. This
world-famous annual event runs every August and welcomes all interested and enthusiastic
athletes. Are you ready for a challenge?
We’re Minutes Away from Monkman Provincial Park and Kinuseo Falls!
Visit the Kinuseo Falls when staying at the Trend Mountain Hotel
& Conference Center. The falls stand at just over 60 metres tall and win in comparison
to the height of our renowned Niagara Falls. Go camping, fishing and see some of
our Canadian wildlife at Monkman Provincial Park or trek along one of the many walking
and hiking trails nearby. You might even see some ancient authentic dinosaur tracks!
Experience the Great Outdoors in Tumbler Ridge
Tumbler Ridge Global Geopark
Walk the same paths the dinosaurs stomped through at Tumbler Ridge Global Geopark. With great hiking trails, a Dinosaur Discovery Gallery and Dinosaur Trackway Tours, this an unique must-see for Tumber Ridge visitors.
Dinosaur Discovery Gallery
Within the Tumbler Ridge Global Geopark, this interpretive gallery explores the the lives of dinosaurs that once roamed this region. With extensive exhibits, including a full-scale recreation of a 100-million-year-old dinosaur track environment, and an interactive theatre, the Dinosaur Discovery Gallery at Tumbler Ridge Museum is the best place to learn about the Peace Region’s role in prehistoric life.
Tumbler Ridge Golf
For a scenic and challenging round of golf, head to the Tumbler Ridge Golf & Country Club, a 9-hole, par 36 public golf course featuring natural slopes, rolling fairways and water components. The golf club has a pro shop, driving range, putting green and club house serving food and refreshments.
Winter fun: During winter months, hit the snow with an invigorating cross country/back country ski session. Groomed Nordic trails along the looped Wolverine Trail system near the Tumbler Ridge Golf & Country Club take you over snow-covered greens and forested trails.
Summer fun: Tumbler Ridge has some of the best hiking trails around, with 37 designated trails featuring waterfalls, geological formations, caves, meadows, pine forests and ancient dinosaur trackways. Many trails are also open for mountain bikers. More trail information is available here. Experience Tumbler Ridge from a different perspective and hit the water for some whitewater kayaking at Wolverine River and Flatbed Creek, or canoeing on the Murray River.
See Tumbler Ridge’s natural landscape by boat or jeep tour with Wild River Adventure Tours located right in tumbler Ridge.