A Tyrannosaur track was recently discovered near Tumbler Ridge Global Geopark in British Columbia. This find is significant because only 14 Tyrannosaur tracks have been discovered. Other Tyrannosaur track locations are in Mongolia, New Mexico, and Alberta. This may be the most accessible Tyrannosaur track in the world, being located only 10 km from the town of Tumbler Ridge.
The footprint is 59-cm long; however, it is believed to have been much larger but the largest toe has worn away. It is likely that this track mark was made by an Albertasaurus.