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Walk with the Dinosaurs

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia, Canada

  • Activities

    Adventure, Hiking Trekking

  • Price
    $2400 USD per person
  • Duration

    5 days

  • Avg Distance

    50 km

  • Starting Location

    Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia

  • Price Includes

    All accommodations, meals, shuttle bus, jet boat, helicopter, park entrance fees, lanterns

  • Notes

    Limited to only 12 participants


  • Embark on a unique night time lantern hike to view dinosaur footprints. Be sure to follow your guide carefully and beware of dinosaurs, as you will hear them roaring in the background
  • Learn the finer points of fossil preparation, moulding and casting from one of BC's premier palaeontologists
  • Take a prospecting trip into Dinosaur Gorge and see what it's like to e a paleontologist for a day as you venture into a seldom visited valley in search of dinosaur evidence and footprints
  • Travel to Monkman Provincial Park to explore some amazing geological features including the Shipyard, Stone Corral, and Titanic Rock
  • Experience an amazing day of jetboating on the Murray River in search of remote waterfalls and canyons, and then be whisked away for a helicopter flight for an aerial view of this “Land of Dinosaurs”


Trip Info

Have you ever wondered what roamed northern British Columbia 75 million years ago?  Were there large armoured Ankylosaurs or Hadrosaurs, or perhaps plant eating Ornithopods? You can discover the answers to these questions at University of Northern British Columbia’s five-day Dinosaur Detective field tour at Tumbler Ridge, B.C.

Participants will learn techniques used to find, remove, prepare and protect fossils found in this region and embark on prospecting trip to Dinosaur Gorge. You will also hike into some of the region’s most geologically unique areas including Stone Corral, The Shipyard and Titanic. Finish off the trip with a jet boat ride on the Murray River to view some of the many cascading falls in this waterfall capital of the north.

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