Trails damaged

Two regional district parks have suffered damage to trails due to recent storm and flood events.

  • Dec. 30, 2010 7:00 a.m.

Two regional district parks have suffered damage to trails due to recent storm and flood events.

At Seal Bay Park, the trail to the beach from Seabank Road has a large sink hole near the beach. The trail is passable but hikers are encouraged to instead use the Don Apps Trail to access the beach.

The One Spot Trail has also been affected just north of Piercy Road, which has been washed out in several areas. The trail is still passable but very rough with puddles.

For more information, contact the CVRD at 334-6000 or 1-800-331-6007.

Just Posted

Renowned Valley sasquatch researcher passes away

A renowned biologist and leading Canadian sasquatch researcher who called the Comox… Continue reading

Arrest made in sex toy theft

An arrest has been made for the recent theft of a rubber… Continue reading

Community Health Network coming to the Comox Valley

The wheels are in motion to establish a Community Health Network in… Continue reading

Walk Off The Earth returning to Vancouver Island MusicFest

Juno award-winning group to headline Friday lineup at Comox Valley Exhibition Grounds

Comox hockey player nominated for Hobey Baker Award

Myles Powell is a forward at Rochester Institute of Technology

Parksville MakerSpace members ride the rails

New room added for model train enthusiasts; workshop set for Jan. 21

Ice-cream-eating bear draws controversy

An Alberta Wildlife Park posted a video this week of one of their bears going through a Dairy Queen drive-through

CVRD begins five-year financial planning process

On Tuesday night, the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) board officially kicked… Continue reading

Fernie, RCMP go to court over city log books in fatal ammonia leak probe

Log books center stage in clashing of investigations between the city and RCMP

Renowned Comox Valley sasquatch researcher passes away

A renowned biologist and leading Canadian sasquatch researcher who called the Comox… Continue reading

B.C.’s biggest pot plant planned for Oliver

Co-founder Tony Holler said the 700,000 sq. ft. facility would produce 100,000 kg of pot per year

Train derails in Northwest B.C.

CN reports no injuries or dangerous goods involved after coal train derailment.

Double-doubles and demonstrations: Employees rally outside Tim Hortons

Protests held in response to Ontario franchise owners cutting employee benefits and breaks

Las Vegas shooter acted alone, exact motive still undetermined: Sheriff

Stephen Paddock was behind the gunfire that killed 58 people including two Canadians

Most Read