Hikes & Walking Trails In Victoria, BC
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This popular recreation area offers outdoor opportunities for everyone. The lake is used cooperatively by swimmers, wind surfers, sailors, water-skiers, fishers and rowers. The easy 10km loop of trails are great for families.
Explore the many facets of Fort Rodd Hill, a 100-year-old coast artillery fort and Fisgard Lighthouse, the oldest lighthouse on the west coast of Canada. Two national historic sites on Victoria's doorstep.
Connecting Victoria all the way to Sooke is a multi-use trail for cycling, hiking, horse riding, or inline skating. Stretching 60km of paths completely separate from vehicle traffic, it's excellent for casual family rides and commuters alike.
An iconic area in Victoria popular both with tourists and locals, Beacon Hill is a free park with woodland and shoreline trails, two playgrounds, a waterpark, playing fields, a petting zoo, tennis courts, many ponds, and landscaped gardens.
Enriching artistic adventures in local wilderness settings:
small groups of kids, two artsy storytelling nature guides,
co-operative and inventive activities, nature play, art-making, & wild child fun!
Mt Douglas Park has something for everyone. Enjoy the extensive trails, whether you want an easy stroll or a strenuous climb. Enjoy the beach, the playground or a group game in the open field near the beach parking lot.
Fully licensed, full-time multi-age child care program. Offering your little ones with activities and experiences that encourage learning through play. Seedlings Daycare is a small intimate childcare program run from our Oak Bay home.
Best Coast Adventure Therapy aims to provide individualized and adaptive nature-based programs for all abilities.
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This popular recreation spot offers a variety of landscapes and activities. The 11km trail that takes you to the summit is a moderate hike, or the Munn Road Loop Trail gives an easier more gradual slope through the forest.
This park consists of Upper Thetis and Lower Thetis. One of the nicest parks close to Victoria, excellent hiking and fishing all year round. Beautiful forested trails around both lakes with views of surrounding area from the summit.
Swan Lake Christmas Hill Nature Sanctuary is a wild oasis in the heart of the urban landscape & includes two distinct ecosystems: the marshland of Swan Lake & the Garry oak meadow on Christmas Hill. We also offer a variety of engaging programs!
One of the most popular walkways in Victoria, from Clover Point to the Breakwater at Ogden Point there are picturesque views of beaches, the Olympic Mountains, wildlife, playful puppies, and even a kite surfer or two on windy days.
The perfect lake for swimming or floating, with a few small beaches to access the water along a short trail. You can walk the full path that circles the lake in less than an hour, with scenic views and dense forest all along the edges.
This long, sandy beach is perfect for bird watching, exploring, picnicking and swimming, and features a fragile sand dune area that is home to rare and beautiful plants. A campground with beachfront views lies in the heart of the park.
Langford Lake is the largest lake in the area and is extremely popular for swimming, boating, and fishing during the summer. The new swimming beach on Leigh Road has a spray park and playgrounds.
This hidden gem is a secluded, sheltered beach with rocky and sandy sections and stunning views. There's plenty of shade from the forest behind you and beautiful walking trails that you can access at the parking lot.
In beautiful Sidney is a park with ample of activities! Walking trails, duck pond, putting green, playground, tennis courts, soccer field, and even a free water spray park during the summer months.
Rithet’s Bog is one of the last remaining peat bogs on the Saanich Peninsula and is zoned as a nature sanctuary. This easy, flat trail can be done as a 2.8 km loop and you'll see plenty of wildlife, especially a variety of birds, along the way.
Serving over 2 million visitors annually Saanich Parks & Recreation is a vital part of our vibrant, active community. We operate 4 Recreation Centres, 170 Parks, 100 km of Trails, an Arts Centre, Golf Course and much more!
Experience West Coast wilderness within these 50 kilometres of trails that wind along the coast, with pockets of beautiful beaches, rocky bays and tide pools. Depending on your starting point hikes can range from easy to challenging.
Surrounding Henderson Centre is a wooded Par 3 golf course, tennis courts, playing fields for soccer and baseball, and a beautiful jogging trail with outdoor fitness circuit and childrens playground.
This small spray park is right on one of Langford's most beautiful lakes, providing a scenic place to play and the option to go for a swim! With picnic tables, boardwalks, and shady willow trees, it's a prime spot for the family to enjoy.
A wonderful community park with features for the whole family. You can splash around at the Frog Pond water park, play on the playground, have a picnic in the grassy fields, or explore the trails around Beckwith Pond.
Opportunities for hiking, water sports, and nature appreciation. More than 25 kilometres of trails with varying degree of difficulty, there's trails to suit all levels all guaranteed to offer spectacular views.
Stretching from Swartz Bay ferries to Victoria, this picturesque multi-use trail takes you past beaches, farmland, wet lands, and country lanes. You can cycle, run, walk, or even horse ride along the Lochside Trail.
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