Comox Valley

Comox Valley

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Comox Valley offers a comfortable year-round climate. In the summer (July-August), temperatures tend to linger around 25 °C, while the late fall, winter, and spring often see temperatures hovering between 2 °C and 15 °C. If you’re visiting during these cooler months, be sure to pack your rain gear. 

Adventure awaits in Comox Valley, from mountain biking, hiking, rock climbing, skiing, backpacking, kayaking, paddle boarding, skiing, fishing, and golfing. View more things to do here

Comox Valley is home to over a dozen small communities including visitor favourites Cumberland, Courtenay, Comox, and Mount Washington. 

Cumberland

One of Vancouver Island’s best launching points for outdoor adventure, Cumberland offers an eclectic mix of retail and eateries in its quaint village.

Courtenay

The largest community in Comox Valley, Courtenay boasts a colourful downtown and is home to a variety of locally owned shops along with exquisite culinary and live entertainment experiences. 

Comox

Far-reaching beaches and wide-open skies are some of Comox’s distinctive features. Add to the mix lively marinas and freshly caught seafood, and it’s easy to see the charm of this quaint oceanside town.

Mount Washington

Mount Washington is Vancouver Island’s home of all things alpine. In the summer, cruise through the resort's challenging mountain bike trails, hike in beautiful Strathcona Park or take in unparalleled views along the zip lines. Come Winter, and the resort is abuzz with skiers and snowboarders of all abilities–including adaptive sports–enjoying freshly groomed runs, steep bowls, and challenging glades.

The Comox Valley has a great selection of places to stay for quick weekend trips and weeklong getaways alike. From quality resorts to ski chalets and hostels to bed and breakfasts, find your perfect place to stay. Where to Stay.