Victoria, BC Travel Guide
Hiking in Victoria, BC.
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Victoria British Columbia Hiking Walking Trails
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Victoria hiking, walking parks & trails
Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

Hiking in Victoria, B.C., Canada

The Victoria region is so geographically spread out that it creates so many different varieties of scenic hiking trails and walking routes. It seems each community has plenty of both, easy and difficult. The combination of the region's parks and trails creates many opportunities for all ages to enjoy a scenic trekking adventure when visiting Victoria.


The trail and park network

Thetis Lake Park VictoriaThe trail network in the Victoria regional is massive and explores around lakes like Thetis Lake and Elk Beaver Lake and along waterfronts like Dallas Road and in the community of Sidney. One can climb upto mountain tops like Mount Tolmie, over bogs and wetlands and beside rivers like in Goldstream Park. There are park trails connecting communities like the Galloping Goose Trail and trails exploring through lush gardens like in Beacon Hill Park. Some hiking and walking trails are within Provincial Park boundaries while others are operated by the city.

The area has many scenic paved walkways with viewing benches. Many are Ideal for day walks and used regurlarly by visitors looking for pictures and memories. Some of which to explore on your visit would be the Gorge Waterway, Dallas Road, Sidney Coastline and Beacon Hill Park.

it is important to note that the park and trail system extends past Victoria city centre and reaches far into the outlying communities. It comes down to what type of adventure walk you are looking for and your fitness level. Enjoy eh! (more information on Vancouver Island Parks and Hiking Trails)


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Victoria Hiking Walking Park Trails, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

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