Coast Westerly Hotel

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

1590 Cliffe Avenue Courtenay
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Princess louisa Inlet

by westcoastcanadianguy

One of the most picturesque places on earth, it's about an hour or two by power boat, to the mouth of the inlet from the comox valley, it extends miles into the main land, yet is completely isolated. The picture shown, is the very end of the inlet itself, which branches off of Jervis Inlet. Within Princess Louis, walls of the inlets are carved out by glaciers which have left behind some extrodinary physical features like nothing else on earth.
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COMOX VALLEY

by crazy_vietgirl2

"101 THINGS TO DO IN THE COMOX VALLEY"

Year Round...
1.Take the “Two Pubs Walk” through the woods and along the beach in Oyster River.
2.Rollerblade around the Courtenay Airpark.
3.Visit the Kitty Coleman Woodland Gardens.
4.View squirrels, birds and wildflowers at Seal Bay Regional Nature Park.
5.See why the Comox Valley is internationally recognized as an Important Bird Area by bird watching along the Courtenay Riverway.
6.Salute the rusty remains of several historic ships at the Royston Wrecks.
7.Dig deep into coal mining history at the Cumberland Museum and Archives.
8.Discover Denman Island pottery shops and artist’s studios.
9.Enjoy fish ‘n’ chips fresh from the Comox Wharf all year round.
10.Feel the sand in your shoes, the wind in your hair, and smell the salt in the air at Goose Spit in Comox.
11.Tour the Comox Air Force Museum, where permanent exhibits display the heritage of CFB Comox.
12.Walk among the trees and streams of Mack Laing Park in Comox.
13.Go on a unique shopping experience in Downtown Courtenay.
14.Experience a new side of an old sport by going “cosmic” bowling.
15.Stop on the bridge in Courtenay and watch boats and kayaks.
16.Visit the Comox Marina and see the boats from the beautiful boardwalk.
17.Climb the wall at the Cumberland Recreation Centre.
18.Play squash at one of our recreation centres.
19.Rejuvenate the body at one of our local spas.
20.Sip a cappuccino and people watch from one of the many coffee houses in the Comox Valley.
21.Take a leisurely stroll along Cumberland’s historic main street.
22.Step back in time and see the many heritage homes of Cumberland.
23.Visit Jumbo’s Cabin, the last surviving building of Cumberland’s Chinatown.
24.Picnic and play at No. 6 Mine Park in Cumberland.
25.Enjoy live theatrical and musical performances at the Sid Williams Civic Theatre.
26.Relax with “Afternoon Tea” at one of our cozy cafés.
27.Search for that unique treasure at one of the many antique and collectibles shops or thrift stores in the Valley.
28.Check out our many family-owned new and used bookstores for that perfect vacation read.
29.Follow the scenic drive signs, which will guide you along lovely roads and to amazing views throughout the Valley.

In the Winter...
30.Spend a winter’s day at Mount Washington, cross-country skiing on more than 55 km of trails.
31.Spot the magnificent winter flocks of Trumpeter Swans from one of several viewing locations in the Valley.
32.Balance downhill skiing with some snow-shoeing, tubing, luge sliding at Mount Washington.
33.Ice-skate at the Comox Valley Sports Centre.

In the Summer...
34.Hike through the picturesque alpine slopes of Paradise Meadows, stopping for a picnic by one of several lakes along the way.
35.Barbecue at Kin Beach and watch cruise ships sail through the Strait.
36.Play mini golf at Miracle Beach Adventure Golf.
37.Play tennis at Lewis Park.
38.Take a scenic drive to Comox Lake and go canoeing or swimming.
39.Have a campfire and roast marshmallows on the beach at Goose Spit.
40.Take up plane-spotting at the Courtenay Airpark.
41.Visit the Comox Valley Farmers’ Market, which offers farm fresh, organic, and specialty products.
42.Dive in the clear waters of the Comox Valley, rated one of the top cold-water diving destination in the world.
43.Advanced mountain bikers can feel the thrill of the Monster Mile Downhill at Mount Washington.
44.Plan a three-day backpacking hike through the wilderness to the Comox Glacier.
45.Scan the August night sky for the annual meteor shower.
46.Savour a salty swim in the warm waters of sandy Tribune Bay on Hornby Island.
47.Explore the backcountry of Strathcona Provincial Park, British Columbia’s oldest Provincial Park.
48.Cheer on the most intrepid sailors at the Comox Nautical Day’s “Build Bail and Sail” event in August.
49.Take an Eco-Tour adventure on the ocean, in the woods or along the shore.
50.Spend a day kayaking to Sandy Island.
51.Watch spawning salmon head upstream to the Puntledge Fish Hatchery.

52.Rent a sailboat and cruise among the islands.
53.Charter a boat and fish for salmon.
54.Golf at one of the Valley’s many golf courses.
55.Go kayaking and boating at Tribune Bay Provincial Park on Hornby Island.
56.Eat out and eat well at one of the Comox Valley’s many restaurants.
57.Go on an overnight hike to Mt. Albert Edward.
58.Fly a kite at Point Holmes.
59.Take a summer chair lift to the top of Mount Washington and then hike or mountain bike down.
60.Experience life from above by taking a helicopter tour of the Comox Valley.
61.Dip into the cool, glacier-fed pools of Stotan Falls.
62.Visit the park and enjoy tea at the waterfront Filberg Teahouse, set in the 9-acre Filberg Park and Gardens.
63.Cruise along the Comox Valley coast in a boat and dock at the Comox Marina.
64.Enjoy the wave pool and indoor waterslides at the Comox Valley Aquatic Centre.
65.Visit our authentic Native Gallery and Gift Shop.
66.Watch a stock car race at Saratoga Speedway.
67.Participate or be a spectator at the Snow to Surf Relay Race in April.
68.Indulge in world-famous Fanny Bay Oysters.
69.Watch a play or musical at the Old Church Theatre.
70.Explore Denman Island and Hornby Island on a bike.
71.Observe the sea lions in Fanny Bay.
72.Go salmon fishing from the shore at King Coho in Comox.
73.Enjoy the creations of 140 Canadian artisans at the annual Filberg Festival in early August.
74.Go to Cumberland’s Empire Days Festival on the May long weekend.
75.Hunt for fossils with the Courtenay Museum.
76.Go to a driving range and hit a bucket of balls.
77.Practice your driving on the go-carts at Saratoga Speedway.
78.Get an ice cream and go for a stroll along the Comox pier.
79.Gather a variety of local food specialties and have a picnic at the Courtenay estuary.
80.Watch a production by the CYMC Summer Music Camp in July.
81.Have a picnic lunch at Saratoga Beach and build a sandcastle.
82.Canoe and portage Willemar Lake and Forbush Lake.
83.Catch the Highland Games at Lewis Park on the May long weekend.
84.Buy a variety of fresh seafood right off the fishing boats at the Comox Wharf.
85.Go on a guided horseback ride at one of our local riding stables.
86.Take a short hike and then go for a refreshing dip at Nymph Falls.
87.Visit one of many artisan and fine art studios in the Valley and purchase a work of art.
88.Hike along the bluffs at Helliwell Park on Hornby Island.
89.Visit the animals at a hands-on petting farm at Filberg Park in Comox, or Seaview Game Farm in Black Creek.
90.Catch the breeze by windsurfing at Goose Spit.
91.Visit the petroglyphs and lighthouse on Chrome Island by boat.
92.Go for a bike ride along BC Hydro-Puntledge River trails.
93.Play a round of disc golf at Mount Washington.
94.Experience life on the wild side – take a zodiac tour around Denman and Hornby Islands.
95.Explore the back roads and trails of the Comox Valley by mountain bike on a variety of terrain suitable for all levels.
96.In July, camp out at Vancouver Island Music Fest and enjoy three days of live music, with acts from across Canada and around the world.
97.Enjoy easy to advanced mountain bike trails through Cumberland’s surrounding forests.

In Season...
98.Catch the Co-Val Choristers annual Christmas production.
99.Enjoy one of many Christmas Craft Fairs held in the Valley during the holiday season.
100.Shop ‘til you drop at two of Downtown Courtenay’s special outdoor sale events – Moonlight Magic in November and Market Day in July. In downtown Comox, join in the fun at Santa’s Light Up Christmas event in November.
101.Watch the spawning salmon climb the ladder at Mack Laing Park in Comox or Nymph Falls in Courtenay.

The Comox Valley

by kalaika

"The Snowbirds Precision Flying Team"

The Snowbirds home base is still located at CFB Moose Jaw and when the team isnt away performing in shows from May to October, they can be found breaking sound barriers over their home base, or their alternate practice location of Comox, British Columbia.

The Comox Valley spreads from Fanny Bay in the south, to the Oyster River in the north. It is bordered on the west by the Beaufort Mountain Range with its breathtaking Comox Glacier and Strathcona Park, and on the East by the Strait of Georgia, Comox Harbour and Baynes Sound. It encompasses the Municipalities of Comox, Courtenay and Cumberland, and portions of the Comox Strathcona Regional District, with a total population of almost 60,000.

"Strathcona Park"

Strathcona Park is Vancouver Island's largest, and British Columbia's oldest provincial park. Comprising more than 500,000 acres, this wilderness area is accessible from Mount Washington and Forbidden Plateau and offers unsurpassed hiking, mountain biking, camping, canoeing and wildlife viewing.

Comox, B.C on Vancouver Island

by westcoastcanadianguy

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This where i grew up, i used to live in the house next door, to the left, out of the pic, and my best friend and me used to play all over the place, on the bank, in the trees, and on the beach, so yea that basicly my home, anyway just so u get a feeln for comox, cause its really a pretty cool place, here some more pics, and no we dont live in igloos throughout perpetual winters, as some tend to believe. lol

Sorry about the lack or text with my pictures, i'll get around to it, but first I just wanna get the pictures up, so you can get a feeln for the place, and plus a pictures worth a thousand words anyway, right? lol

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