Welcome to the Alberni Valley
The Alberni Valley is a truly unique place on Vancouver Island. The Valley is framed by the mountains of the Vancouver Island Ranges. Running down the middle of the valley is the Stamp and Somass Rivers which feed into the Alberni Inlet. The Alberni Inlet stretches 40 km from the Pacific Ocean at Barkley Sound. At the heart of the Alberni Valley is the City of Port Alberni surrounded by beautiful forests. The entire Alberni Valley is spotted with creeks and lakes of all shapes and sizes; most notable the spectacular Sproat Lake.
If this diverse and breathtaking landscape is not unique enough, the Alberni Valley also enjoys perhaps the best location on Vancouver Island. Often called the Heart of Vancouver Island, the central location lends itself well to enjoying both the splendours of nature and the convenience of man. Port Alberni serves as gateway to the outdoor playground of coastal Vancouver Island, with world famous Long Beach only 1.5 hours away to the west. To the east is the International Airport at Comox (1.25 hours away), as well as the BC Ferries Terminal in Nanaimo (1.25 hours away). The Alberni Valley is a recreational paradise in its own right, often referred to as the Valley of Trails.
Browse the pages of this site, and learn why Port Alberni is quickly becoming a real estate destination for Baby Boomers, Millennials, and real estate investors alike.