Nymph Falls

Courtenay, British Columbia

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This trail is located on Comox Lake west of Courtenay. This ride is a great roller coaster through a combination of open deciduous forest and dark, damp, cedar-hemlock woods. It rolls along the Puntledge River, over several bridges of varying quality, and over a trail with a unique collection of man-made and natural obstacles. Climb over the back of an abandoned car, cross a bridge made of log cookies, and roll past an old toilet bowl mounted on an elevated wooden stump. This is B.C. backcountry, a place where anything can (and does) occur. The trail is under redevelopment as the old trail is being rerouted to stay farther away from the river. This means that the route may be a bit more nebulous over the next little while.

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"This trail is located on Comox Lake west of Courtenay. This ride is a great roller coaster through a combination of open deciduous forest and dark, damp, cedar-hemlock woods. It rolls along the Puntledge River, over several bridges of varying quality, and over a trail with a unique collection of man-made and natural obstacles.

Climb over the back of an abandoned car, cross a bridge made of log cookies, and roll past an old toilet bowl mounted on an elevated wooden stump. This is B.C. backcountry, a place where anything can (and does) occur. The trail is under redevelopment as the old trail is being rerouted to stay farther away from the river. This means that the route may be a bit more nebulous over the next little while."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Courtenay
Distance: 3.52
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Season: May to September
Local Contacts: Blacks Cycles, 250-339-7011
Local Maps: NTS 92 F / 11 Forbidden Plateau
Driving Directions: Directions to Nymph Falls

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May 2018