The Comox Valley enjoys short, mild winters and warm, dry summers. Weather systems that bring heavier rainfall and storms generally pass right over enroute to British Columbia’s mainland. The average summer temperature ranges from 12 to 23 degrees Celsius, while the average winter temperature ranges from 0 to 5 degrees. The area receives an average of 43 inches of rain and 29 inches of snow each year.

an agriculturist’s dream, the Comox Valley includes Mediterranean and Sub-Alpine micro-climates, with everything in between

where great things meet:

mountains, rivers & oceans

fossils and stone formations adorn the riverbanks throughout the region

Hike through a pristine sub-alpine meadow amidst an explosion of wildflowers and a cacophony of birdsong. Or take the chairlift to the top of Mount Washington for a magnificent view of the entire Comox Valley framed by the deep blue of the Straitof Georgia and the mainland’s Coast Mountain Range. With more than 40 local parks and countless kilometers of hiking trails through picturesque island and alpine wilderness, the Comox Valley beckons to be explored on foot.

rural living with an urban edge