Mount Tzouhalem

Mount Tzouhalem

Cowichan Valley

Mount Tzouhalem - Comments

3 out of 5 - 2 reviews

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Thomas e Wilson from Lake Cowichan writes:

My son went hiking in the park[DUNCAN] he was 5 min. late to get to his car , he has a disability ..The parks people locked his car in the park all night , they wouldn't release his car until 5:am ..So If you are 5/10 mins late on your hike be assured that parks will lock your vehicle ..They saw and spoke to my son but it didn't matter , these guys don't care , they said because of the COVID these rules were in place , I don't get how locking a persons car is helping people with the COVID situation .Just a new security guard being a jerk to a young kid with a disability..before I could post this comment they demanded I put a star rating .DUNCAN PARKS don't even deserve that ..shame on these guys

Posted: June 29, 2020 12:50:31 AM PST

Terry Peterman from Chemainus writes:

Nice hike and a good climb and workout when you access from Tzouhalem Rd for sure! Amazing view Cowichan Bay and the valley. Went on a beautiful July Sunday, and the trail wasn't busy, but can only speak for the trail access we used.

Posted: July 16, 2018 11:12:02 AM PST

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