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A fall scene at the Comox Lake Logging Road bridge Red, yellow and orange leaves – a spectacular fall day at Comox Lake. The Comox Lake Recreation Area provides access to multi-use trails along the Puntledge River, and some great … Continue reading
Comox Lake at 132.889m above sea level – 01 November 2017
I’ve shot images of the changing water levels at Comox Lake over the years that I have lived here since moving from Ontario. Sometimes there is too much water and the Comox Lake Dam spillway is in operation, and sometimes … Continue reading
I’d like to think that people would understand that a dam is not a great place for swimming, but the signs at the Comox Lake dam indicate otherwise.
The Comox Lake impoundment dam spillway Water flows over the spillway when the level of Comox Lake reaches 135.33 meters above sea level. The Comox Lake dam is a 142 m-long concrete gravity structure with a crest elevation of 137.55 … Continue reading
I took a quick trip out to Comox Lake in late July to check the water level at the forebay area of the BC Hydro impoundment dam – besides providing a great visual indication of the water level, I can … Continue reading
Comox Lake on a rather wet 26 July Rainfall: 8mm over 24 hours Measured Water Level: 133.428 metres above sea level 24 Hour Drop: 0.071 metres
09 July 2015 – 133.700 metres ASL 05 August 2014 The water level is lower than it was a month later in 2014, and the vegetation is noticeably drier as well. [fbalbum url=”https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.311307338992984.1073742159.123247217798998&type=3″ size=”187″]
The Comox Lake water level on 04 May 2015 The tree stumps along the forebay approach provide a handy indicator of how much the level of the lake fluctuates, and in this case, drops.