Looking for a great trail near Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia? AllTrails has 15 great hiking trails, forest trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 12 moderate trails in Tumbler Ridge ranging from 0.6 to 22.4 miles and from 2,477 to 5,554 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
12 days ago

A lot of overgrown vegetation - dress appropriately. Some wet spots along the path. Not a lot to see except near the falls. Good to do with Stone Corral Trail as they share parking.

hiking
12 days ago

Gorgeous views. Maintained. Good for baby in carrier.

hiking
12 days ago

This has so much to see and explore that it makes the trail fly by even with all the elevation changes. Gorgeous. Some of the trail was wet but there was a work around.

hiking
12 days ago

Not very good views along the trail- mostly in the trees. Well-maintained and easy.

hiking
12 days ago

Gorgeous waterfall at the end. Not overly strenuous. Good for baby in carrier!

hiking
17 days ago

Nice trail. We did the circular loop. Ensure when you cross the stream (near the convergence to Murray river) to go towards the falls that you go upstream right after you cross. Don’t go towards the campsite and then into the forest. The falls were beautiful. Some of the hills were quite steep. If it’s wet I wouldn’t recommend the trail. It could be quite treacherous.

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muddy
rocky
20 days ago

Excellent variety of terrain and offers many side routes to adventure. Could do this hike over and over.

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scramble
washed out
24 days ago

This trail was much more difficult than excepted! Some parts very steep, the trail was washed out and you have wade across a stream. If beginner, I would reccomed just doing the upper falls trail as an in-and-out rather than the full loop. Took us 4.5 hours to complete the complete trail and loop, but we did take numerous breaks. Will do again, but will be more prepared!

hiking
25 days ago

This is a really good and short hike. This was the second time I’ve done it and it was still fun to hike! We spent the time picking High Bush Cranberries and spitting the seeds at each other. Overall a fun, little hike right close to TR!

hiking
25 days ago

I did this one for the first time and I really enjoyed it! Parts of it were wet, but you could kind of walk beside the wet path to get by! This hike covers both rocky sections and a lush meadow! Definitely worth the hike!

hiking
25 days ago

This is a really great trail. I have done it countless times and still come back to it. Recently my dad and I have been doing some rock climbing in the area and that has been really fun!

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rocky
27 days ago

Such a beautiful hike. The ending is for the more adventurous hikers tho! My boyfriend proposed to me at the bottom of the waterfall!

hiking
1 month ago

Absolutely beautiful trail! Picnic area by the falls. Took less then an hour. Very easy! Dogs enjoyed the pools by the falls.

gorgeous views. Love it

Gorgeous views! Couple muddy spots, well maintained, lots of traffic!

hiking
1 month ago

Couple wet spots, bathrooms and cook house at bottom, beautiful views, well maintained only took half an hour, lots of people swimming

Great trail, didn’t take us long. About an hour and a half there and 35 minutes back. The trail has a lot to offer. Gorgeous views at the top, worth packing a beer for the view up top which has a bench to take the time to enjoy the landscape.

hiking
muddy
scramble
1 month ago

Quite a hard trail. I highly recommend having hiking boots and not going when it has been rainy, as the trail gets extremelly slippery. If you do decide to go when it's raining though, I would suggest taking the circular route to go and to come back. It can be quite steep in some places and don't forget your bearspray as you will see some bear steps along the trail. The campsite is convenient (bear caches, as well as a bucket to go get water and a bucket to wash your dishes. There's even a hole for used water). However, the toilet is occupied by an otter that lives there so be careful with that. If you do plan on sleeping there, don't forget warmer clothes, it does get cold and there's still some snow left in the mountain in August!

hiking
1 month ago

great little loop trail very beautiful valley

this is not a maintained trail. there were no people there. this actually made it my absolute favorite stop we had our whole time here. this waterfall is absolutely gorgeous. AND you can get down to the bottom. the water is cold but I bet on a nice day it would be a perfect spot to hang out. this was my favorite waterfall our of all of them!

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bugs
muddy
over grown
1 month ago

this is a lovely hike, we sweated our butts off. the circular route is definetly the easier route. but the direct trail to windfall lake has built in stairs and just as nice of views. we went direct windfall route then went back the circular route! this trail was a bit muddy, not terrible, but my feet and boots, pants, socks were all muddy and wet so make sure you prepare for that with extra clothing. its wi dy and cold once you get above the tree line, which is a given with alpine hikes. we stayed the night up here, the weather was cloudy and the bugs were absolutly HORRENDOUS. it was hard to enjoy ourselves. we tried to find the trails to tunnel mountain or even to get to the top of a peak but we couldnt find any means of a safe way to get up. we did manage to climb to the top of a peak as we were leaving on the circular route but the hill did not lead anywhere. still very gorgeous we were very happy we made this trip, its windier the higher you go up so the bugs leave you alone which was nice!

hiking
1 month ago

this is a beautiful waterfall, at 2 km return trip. the hike is easy and there is a spot to go down to a swimming hole before the falls, there is no access to the falls directly though. still a beautiful sight non the less

great hike rope hand rail helps lots. awesome area to explore. clear water. caves

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