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Summer / Fall 2008 Issue
The Vancouver Island Mountain Sport Society has received a grant from the North Island Economic Trust that will allow them to move forward with their Mountain Sports Centre.
Where traditional tourism offers three-dimensional viewscapes or perhaps adventure experiences, culinary tourism , relatively new to North America, assaults all the senses.
Encompassing people, places and happenings at Mount Washington.
The Vancouver Island Mountain Sports Society works to put Vancouver Island athletes on the podium in both winter and summer alpine events.
The 2007-08 winter season was a great success at Mount Washington Alpine Resort.
Bruce Turner slowly approaches Mount Washington Alpine Resort, the yellow Bobcat he’s driving chugging slowly but steadily through the parking lot. He climbs out, his long hair tucked into a toque, and ambles into the Alpine Lodge.
Tourism Mount Washington has its first season under its belt, and it’s been a positive experience, Manager Sarah Nicholson said.
When you say “food” at Mount Washington Alpine Resort, the first thought that might come to mind is “Robb Robertson”.
Getting to the Comox Valley by air is becoming even easier. A new airline offering floatplane service from downtown Comox to downtown Vancouver saw its inaugural flight touch down in Comox Harbour on April 1.