Excellent place to go and walk for all activity levels. I love to walk the beaches and climb the rocks but there are also paved walking paths to go for a short or long walk. Tons of dogs to visit here as it's a local favourite for doggos. Beautiful views of the olympic mountains, and adjacent to…
Lots of great walking paths and access to gorgeous pebbly beaches. A perfect place for a stroll or bike ride. Locals head to Dallas Road all the time for a little nature-fix!
One of Victoria's best kept secrets. Escape the tourist traps and enjoy the walk along Dallas road. Must love dogs (much of this area is an off leash dog park).
Take a walk along Victoria's most famous scenic walk. Follow the walkway beside the ocean from Cattle point all the way to the Breakwater. There are many beach access points along the way, you'll walk past Mile Zero and in spring, summer or fall you'll likely get a look at any number of cruise…
“he Galloping Goose Regional Trail is a 55-kilometre (34 mi) rail trail between Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, and the ghost town of Leechtown, north of Sooke, where it meets the old Sooke Flowline. The trail forms part of the Trans-Canada Trail, and intersects the Lochside Regional Trail. It is maintained by the Capital Regional District (CRD). The trail is a popular route both for commuting and recreation, including within urban areas of Victoria (Vic West and Burnside-Gorge). It is frequented by people walking, running, cycling, skateboarding and (in places) riding horses. It connects up with many other trails and parks in the area.”
“The Victoria Harbour - including the Inner Harbour - is one of the most beautiful harbours in the world. During the summer months, the harbour is the focus of festivals, shows and music. The harbour also serves whale watching and ecotourism businesses, float planes, an International Ferry terminal with connections to Port Angeles, Bellingham and Seattle, and a water taxi service.”