Strathcona Wilderness Institute

Accessible Loop Trail Map

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Another spectacular day up at Paradise Meadows in Strathcona Park – what a change in weather from just one week ago!

We received a note that the new wheelchair-accessible loop trail starting at the trailhead in Paradise Meadows is not completely accurately shown on the Trail Map published in the Summer 2010 issue of the Mount Washington Marmot newsletter (available at the Wilderness Centre, the Comox Valley Visitor Centre & many locations throughout the valley). Below is a larger scale schematic map of the boardwalk trails showing the accessible Centennial Loop Trail. Once you start at the trailhead though, the sign board maps are plentiful, and quite clear in indicating the routes. The Wilderness Centre building is also fully accessible on both levels.
A few of us were up at the Wilderness Centre today for an interview with Shaw TV which should air in the days ahead. And we’ll see on Sunday how many World Cup fans are in the Valley – whether to watch the final game on TV, or enjoy the beautiful weather outdoors on a hike or nature walk?

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