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Mt. Washington is truly accessible to all kinds of activities: golfing,, shopping, theatres, kayaking, and diving are but to mention a few that are within an hour’s distance. Local cuisine offers a wide range of dining opportunities including, Japanese, Chinese, Greek, Italian, Thai,, Vietnamese, and gourmet Western cuisine. Our local theatre showcases great talent from singers such as Jann Arden, Amanda Marshall, and Gordon Lightfoot. There’s also excellent live theatre, and awesome dancers. Our local museum has a world-famous paelentology section and our local First Nations’ groups offer a variety of cultural events throughout the year.

  • Mount Washington Alpine Resort
    Mount Washington Alpine Resort is a Privately Owned Resort Community, open year round, located near the very popular Comox Valley. Early bird pricing is now in effect for the upcoming winter season. Purchase your season pass before September 30th and save up to 30% off our regular season rates.

  • Downtown Courtenay
    Downtown Courtenay, located in the heart of the Comox Valley on central Vancouver Island, is made up of an eclectic mix of shops, eateries, professional services, indoor and outdoor entertainment and cultural venues and much more. Vibrant, fun and unique, Downtown Courtenay has a classic charm that is not often found, and one that is well worth the trip.
  • Ski Tak Hut
    Skiing has long been the winter sport of choice here in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island and Ski Tak Hut has been a part of the ski scene for over 30 years. We offer rentals of all types of skiing and boarding equipment and can repair just about anything you can strap on and use to slide down a slope. Our staff is not only friendly and experienced, but they practice what they preach. If it isn’t good enough for our own personal use, we won’t sell it to you. Look to the experts at Ski Tak Hut to help you get the most out of your skiing and snowboarding experience.
  • Sid Williams Theatre Society
    Much like the play, the story of the Sid has unfolded over time, with equal parts suspense, drama, comedy, and plot twists. Only a few years ago, the theatre sat dark and derelict, its future uncertain. In a bold move, the City of Courtenay committed to renovating and restoring instead of demolition. After nearly $3 million worth of structural, exterior, and interior improvements, it stands proudly as a symbol of the revitalization of downtown Courtenay, and makes a significant contribution to the cultural and economic life of the Comox Valley.
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