Emails announcing hikes are sent out a few days before the event. When the weather systems are unsettled, it isn't always possible to give a lot of forewarning about an upcoming hike and so we ask for your patience. Members who signup for a hike are invited to gather at a carpooling location which is announced along with the hike details. Look for fellow hikers standing in a group, waiting for the departure time. A suggested "thank you" for carpool drivers is included in each hike confirmation email.
A description and pictures of recent hikes can be seen by scrolling through the Activity Group News pages.
If you would like to join the Hiking Group please proceed to the Activity Groups Signup Page.
If you have any questions or comments please use the Contact Form.
This webpage provides an outline and guide to some of the hiking trails in or near the Comox Valley that we frequent, along with a subjective difficulty rating. Each Trail shown in the Index below can be clicked on to "jump" to a description, maps, and pictures of that particular trail.
Chinese Peaks - Quadra - Grade 4 difficulty level
Comox Lake Bluff Trail - Comox Valley - Grade 3 difficulty level
Elk Falls Trail System - Campbell River - Grade 2.5 difficulty level
Mount Becher - Forbidden Plateau - Grade 5 difficulty level
Mount Washington Trail System
- Croteau Lake - Grade 3.5 difficulty level
- Kwai Lake - Grade 4 difficulty level
- Cruikshank Canyon Lookout - Grade 5 difficulty level
Northeast Woods/Lazo Marsh Trail System - Comox - Grade 1 difficulty level
Nymph Falls - Comox Valley - Puntledge River Trail System - Grade 1.5 difficulty level
Puntledge River East, Return - Comox Valley - Puntledge River Trail System - Grade 1 difficulty level
Ripple Rock - Campbell River - Grade 3 difficulty level
Seal Bay Park - Comox Valley - Grade 1 difficulty level
Snowden Demonstration Forest - Campbell River
- Lost Frog Hike - Grade 2 difficulty level
- Taz Hike - Grade 2.5 difficulty level
Wildwood Forest Trail - Comox Valley - Grade 1 difficulty level