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A time of year when the Valley really shines!

 

Finally, it’s winter . . . YAY!

 

Unlike the rest of Canada, Comox Valley residents count the days to its arrival rather than its exit. Of course, the rest of Canada can’t boast about a world-class alpine resort, year-round golf, all-terrain biking options, snowmobile trails galore and clearest visibility scuba diving!

 

Mount Washington – winter wonderland, indeed!

Obviously, Mt. Washington Alpine Resort offers many of the things we love about winter. Snowshoeing, tubing, snowboarding, and downhill and cross-country skiing will keep you fit and busy throughout the winter months. No matter the weather or day of the week, there is plenty to see and do slopeside on Vancouver Island’s largest year-round family resort.

 

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Other Comox Valley winter recreation

 

Valley-wise – meaning sub-alpine – there are numerous other activities to choose from throughout the year, such as golf, hiking, biking and kayaking. But have you ever tried winter scuba diving? As they say, it’s always a nice day below the waves, and wintertime offers excellent visibility.

 

And for your dining pleasure . . . Dine Around Comox Valley

 

In my books, it’s also always a good time to eat. But Dine Around Comox Valley means mid-February to mid-March is an especially good time! During this annual month-long event, local restaurants offer special menus at a special rate, leaving your palate pleased and senses satisfied.

 

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Yes, around here winter means a whole lot more than cozying up with books near a fireplace, although we make sure to fit that in, too! With all this, you’ll find yourself wishing winter in the Comox Valley came more than once a year!

 

Isn’t it time you started looking forward to winter? Feel free to contact me to find out about real estate options in the Comox Valley. Or check out my Comox Valley real estate and MLS listings.

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