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Mount Geoffrey Regional Nature Park

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Mount Geoffrey Regional Nature Park

Mount Geoffrey Regional Nature Park
Location Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada
Nearest city Courtenay
Coordinates

49°31′6″N 124°41′3″W / 49.51833°N 124.68417°W / 49.51833; -124.68417Coordinates: 49°31′6″N 124°41′3″W / 49.51833°N 124.68417°W / 49.51833; -124.68417

Area 303 hectares (750 acres)[1]
Governing body Comox Valley Regional District

Mount Geoffrey Regional Nature Park is regional park in British Columbia, Canada, located on Hornby Island. It covers an area of 303 hectares (750 acres), including the 330-metre (1,080 ft)[2] summit of Mount Geoffrey, the highest point on the island.

There are facilities for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding.

See also

References

External links

  • http://apps.gov.bc.ca/pub/bcgnws/names/6023.html.
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