“We named it after a bird that’s very visible in this area, both in vision and sound…”
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Summer 2001 Issue
Mt.Washington and Tourism Comox Valley dominated at Tourism Vancouver Island‚s awards ceremony in Qualicum Beach in May, as each won two major awards.
Mt. Washington’s expansive Bike Trail System is clearly outlined for riders on the new Trail Map.
Due to the volume of people using the park, it is important for visitors to understand the need to preserve and appreciate the area‚s natural environment.
Swedish television is proud to present, our latest star, Mt. Washington Resort!
With 70,000 local and international visitors each year, the Forbidden Plateau area of Strathcona Provincial Park is undoubtedly the most popular.
This year is shaping up to be a year of growth for Mt. Washington, as the Resort is set to become a four-season destination.
But the "other" end of Strathcona offers a wealth of gems for hikers and walkers of all abilities. Strathcona is 250,000 hectares of diverse, yet rugged wilderness slashing through the centre of Vancouver Island. Dominated by mountain peaks, the park also offers...
Mt.Washington had a record year in skier visits for 2000/2001, reports Director of Resort Services Don Sharpe.