Apres-Ski9 is a spacious 4 bedroom slope-side townhouse, with plenty of room for family and friends, steps from the Hawk and Green chairlifts and a short ski to the Raven Nordic Lodge. Comfort and full amenities, including a gas fireplace and a relaxing sauna. Double garage plus 2 parking spots with great storage for your equipment. Our property offers everything you'll need for the perfect getaway. Just sit back and relax in our mountainside sanctuary.
This beautiful townhouse is on three floors. The garage level also has a handy mudroom, a full bathroom and a sauna. The main floor consists of a great room which is spacious and full of light, with views to both the ski-hill and the surrounding mountains. The large sofa could easily sleep an extra person. There is a work space, half bathroom and a balcony with a BBQ. The bedrooms, main bathroom and laundry are on the 3rd floor. Three of the bedrooms have queen beds and one ensuite bathroom. The fourth bedroom has a single and a double bed. Each bedroom is cozy and has its own source of heat.
Seating for everyone, big and comfy
table seats 8
the counter has room for 3 more
fully stocked kitchen - coffee maker, toaster, full array of skillets, pots & pans, vitamix blender,
gas fireplace, balcony, BBQ
double bed and twin
full bathroom with bath/shower
full bathroom with bath/shower
full bathroom with shower
working area with desk
2 car garage PLUS lots of storage for gear and equipment
Mount Washington is primarily a ski resort. Most of the village is pedestrian, with parking on the periphery or at the lodges. Our townhouse has the huge bonus of car access and parking, AND it is still ski-in, ski-out, minutes from the Hawk Express Chairlift! We are only a 10 minute walk to the alpine lodge with shopping and dining.
SUMMER is great on the mountain with activities such as lift-accessed mountain biking and hiking, 2.3km zip tour, and lots more. There is year round hiking in Strathcona Park with over 250,000 hectares of hiking trails, lakes and mountains. This is a very family, community-oriented mountain - very casual and friendly.
We are located a 2 minute walk to the Hawk or Green chair
SO MUCH SNOW - POWDER GALORE
SUMMER IS AMAZING TOO
Nearest cities Courtenay, Comox (34 minutes to Courtney, 35 minutes to Comox)
Nearest airport Comox International Airport (38 minutes
Views The resort overlooks the Comox Valley with views to the Coast Mountains, the Beaufort Range and the ocean in the Strait of Georgia
Trail Maps download from website under “ABOUT”
size: 1700 acres
elevation: 1588m summit (5210’)
505m vertical (1663’)
1084m base (3558’)
snowfall 11m per year (38’)
alpine runs 82
lifts 5 chair lifts, 3 surface tows
Terrain parks 2
The Outback 400 acres of expert terrain off Boomerang Chairlift
Nordic Park 55km of groomed trails (34 miles)
Snowshoe 25km of trails (16 miles)
Fat Bike Trails 15 km (9 miles)
Ski season starts on or around Dec 10 and ends around the beginning of April
Night Skiing holidays and weekends (Friday- Sunday)
Lessons There are snowboarding and skiing lessons available for all ages with a covered magic carpet lift for the beginners
Rentals Downhill , cross country, snowshoes and Fat Bikes are all available for rental
Restaurants Ted’s Bar & Grill (Licenced, music and dance floor on the weekends)
Eagleview Bistro (Licenced)
Alpine Cafeteria (Take away Pizza weekends)
The Cantina (Mexican specialties, licensed)
Ski Shop Outdoor Elements has a variety of ski gear and clothing.
Groceries Some basic groceries and alcohol are available at Petit Market in Outdoor Elements
Raven Lodge (Nordic area)
Raven Retail (gear and clothing for nordic activities)
EVENTS: check out the Mount Washington website to see what’s on offer from Snowshoe fondues, Friday Night Rail Jams and Ted’s Saturday Music Apres Shows
Summer Activities : Summer season opens June 24-September 25
Zip Line (2.3km), lift accessed mountain and downhill biking, Quad bunny trampoline, chairlift rides into the alpine trails, disc golf, miniature golf. Two large lakes accessible by hiking or biking. There are also two lakes with campsites Lake Helen Mackenzie and Battleship Lake that are accessible by a loop trail that is 8.53km.
The mountain was named after Rear Admiral John Washington (Not George Washington) who was the official Hydrographer in the British Royal Navy. It is home to the Vancouver Island Marmot, one of the planet’s most endangered species. It is adjacent to Strathcona Provincial Park, BC’s oldest provincial park and Vancouver Island’s largest at 250,000 hectares. The sharp pointy mountain peak in the view directly south is Albert Edward Mountain.
Average temperatures Nov -Mar. -10 to 0 C
April-May 5 to 14 C
July-Sept. 12 to 24 C
Oct-Nov. 6 to 12