FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Tumbler Ridge has made it to the northern B.C. quarterfinals of CBC’s Search for B.C.’s Best Small Town.
The town faces off against Quesnel today, with voting open until 10 p.m. PST.
The tranquil town of Tumbler Ridge boasts a variety of recreational activities, and the UNESCO recognized Global Geopark has attractions ranging from the Monkman Cascades to the Flatbed Cabin Pool Dinosaur Tracks.
Voters will decide if that is enough to beat Quesnel’s rich history of the gold rush and multiple playgrounds and mountain bike trails.
The winner of the quarterfinals will face off against either Bella Bella or Bella Coola in the northern semifinals.
CBC says the town that wins Best B.C. Small Town will be announced on April 29th and receive bragging rights as well as “special prizes.”
Learn more about the contest here.
Cast your vote here.