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Vancouver to Comox 4 Day Itinerary

September 12, 2023

Vancouver to Comox Itinerary

In many ways Fall is the perfect time of year to escape the day to day, it’s an opportunity to skip town and find communities that offer tranquility and activity in equal measure, just without the summer clamor. The Comox Valley represents an accessible welcoming locale, footed with abundant nature, for those wishing to reset. 


Surrounded by the Salish Sea and backed by the grandeur mountains of the Beaufort range and Strathcona Park, this mid Vancouver Island gem attracts many throughout the year. The months September through November offer a stripped back pace, and nearly all the same activities and attractions enjoyed in the balmy summer months. With several routes from the lower mainland and Sunshine Coast to this region, including two BC Ferries routes, an expedited Hullo Ferry crossing, and a range of flights from domestic to sea-plane, the Comox Valley makes a wonderful choice for multi-day getaways based around a weekend. It can sometimes seem a steep task, however, to figure out exactly what to enjoy once here. That’s why we’ve pieced together a 4 day example itinerary to excite and delight.

Four people mountain biking in the forest

Mountain Biking in the Cumberland Community Forest

A close up of steaming noodles in a ramen dish

Nikkei Ramen-ya, Courtenay

A person putting on a green with mountains in the background

Golfing is a year-round affair in the Comox Valley

Two people walking up to the Cumberland Archive & Museum

Exploring Cumberland never gets old

An aerial shot of two kayaks on the ocean

Kayaking in Comox

Two people walking on a log at the beach

Plenty of beaches to be combed


Leave your worries behind and hop on a ferry to enjoy some Island Time. 


A fun Saturday packed with delicious eats and adventures.


Nurture your connection with nature and head to the mountains.


Denman Island Exploration.


Experience the joy of quaint Cumberland.


It's not goodbye, it's see you next time!