Too many times we reflect on the past and what we should have done ten years ago. Perhaps these are your thoughts ten years from now as you reflect back on your new purchase at Mount Washington this year.
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Summer 2005 Issue
Weekend visitors to Strathcona will again have the option of taking a guided walk around Paradise Meadows with a Strathcona Park Institute interpretive guide, or let their children take part in some of the new activities planned for the summer.
Mount Washington Alpine Resort will spent upwards of $200,000 on summer grooming this year. “We’re proposing giving the mountain a haircut,” Resort President Peter Gibson explained.
The staff at Mount Washington Alpine Resort is looking forward to the opening of the summer season… a gimmee, really, after the strange “non-winter” season.
North Island Rotary clubs and BC Parks are teaming up to build a new trail head to Strathcona Park at Raven Lodge. “The trailhead has been 10 years in the decision-making,” says Andy Smith of BC Parks.
RIDE THE CHAIRLIFT • TAKE IN THE VIEW • MTN BIKE THE TRAILS • HIKE THE MEADOWS • INDULGE IN AN EVENT
The MV Uchuck III is a coastal passenger and freight vessel that provides numerous services to ports-of-call in Nootka, Esperanza and Kyuquot Sound.
The Comox Valley is looking forward to your visit!
High up on the balcony of a chalet in the Alpine Village at Mount Wash-ington, while dawn breaks colorfully over Strathcona Park, Rufus hummingbirds congregate hungrily at a feeder.