Eighty-five million years ago, no one skied at Mount Washington. That’s because the mountain likely didn’t exist that far back in history, says geologist Peter Mustard.
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Summer 2002 Issue
Mount Washington has been named one of the top attractions in Canada – on the same level as the Calgary Stampede and five other attractions from across the country.
With the completion of the Inland Island Highway to Campbell River, Mount Washington now stands at the gateway to Discovery Passage.
The 2001-02 winter season was the most successful that Mount Washington Alpine Resort has experienced in its 23 year existence.
Work is well underway on the new Hawk chairlift that will open up new intermediate terrain at Mount Washington. The lift line was cut last year and the bulk of the runs were done then, too, said Dave Hampshire, Public Relations Director at the alpine resort.
Raven Lodge’s first year of operation was a raving success, says Dave Hampshire, Mount Washington’s Director of Public Relations.
Rick Gibson of Royal LePage in the Comox Valley is breathing a sigh of relief as the Mount Washington Real Estate market takes off for the first time in four years.
The trails are made for walking at Mount Washington this summer.
The proof is in the evidence left behind claims John Bindernagel