Comox Valley Hikes & Walks
There are a number of hiking trails in the Comox Valley. From intense hikes up Mt Washington, to leisurely walks around the Courtenay air park, there is something for everyone.
We try to be as inclusive as possible, but with such a wide variety and huge number of parks this map does not even come close to representing all of the great hiking and walking options. If you have a favorite place you like to go let us know and we’ll add it!
You can click on the pins in the map below to find more information and links to photos and more, or simply navigate from the list of trails found underneath the map itself.
Courtenay Air Park
The Comox Marina offers a leisurely walk along the waterfront boardwalk and features amazing ocean and mountain views, and of course all the boats of the Marina. The park features a playground and ample greenspace. This venue serves as the home to Comox Nautical Days celebrations each August.
This trail meanders through an old Comox forest and makes its way down to a waterfront boardwalk. Tall trees and lush forest make this easy stroll feel like you are out in the wilderness.
#6 Mine Memorial Park
This quaint park in Cumberland offers a short casual walk and playground for the kids with a terrific green-space for a relaxing afternoon or picnic.
Glover Community Nature Park
This small community park contains second growth Douglas Fir, Maple, and other native speccies. The Trail cotnains two short easy loops.
Morrison Creek Greenway
This 31 Acre natural park contains an easy 2km wheelchair accessible wood chip trail and follows the stream in a beautiful forested setting
Rotary Riverside Trail
This trail is about 1 km long and does contain stairs. It follows along the Puntledge River and connects to the Morrison Creek Greenway. It can be accessed from several points along 1st st, Robert Lang Drive and Arden Rd.
Wildwood Interpretive Forest
This large 682 acre nature park contains trails connecting Piercy, Wildwood, Forest Hill, and Burns Rd. This is a great park for a hike, mountain bike, or walk. Trails vary containing logging roads and an old rail grade
Northeast Woods Conservation Area
This large conservation area contains a short 1.5km loop as well as a large trail system through a rare ecosystem including mixed second growth forest, meadows, wetlands and wildlife. Located just minutes from downtown Comox.
These trails are great for all ages and serve well for short hikes and mountain bike rides. This is also a very popular spot for dog walking.
One Spot Trail
This trail follows along Condensory Rd in Courtenay. It includes a large variety of wildlife including deer, aquatic life woodpeckers and many other birds. The trail follows an old rail grade and is a nice easy stroll.
Nymph Falls contains many trails leading to and along the Puntledge river. The river can be a great spot for swimming in the summer under the right conditions. Pets are welcome in this wooded park offering several km’s of possible trails.
Seal Bay Regional Nature Park
Ships point park conservation trial contains a small waterfront park with scenic views and rare plants and wildlife. This trail is moderate to difficult as it contains a long walk along the beach with steps, dirt and often muddy slippery sections
Puntledge Park offers a small network of easy walking trails suitable for children. The park also has some great river swimming, a playground, and a grassy field. Swimming may not be suitable for younger and inexperienced swimmers due to river currents.