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Hiking and Walking

Hiking & Walking

Victoria itself is a very walkable city, but if you are looking for more than just a stroll through the streets we have plenty of hiking and walking trails to choose from that will provide you with fresh mountain air and sweeping vistas. Whether you're looking for an easy hike or a multi-day trek, we've got a Victoria B.C. activity for you. Take a look and take a hike

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Bear Hill Regional Park

Bear Hill covers nearly 49 hectares of hilltop (220m) landscape, with some of the oldest rock on Vancouver Island and gentle forest trails. more

Elk/Beaver Lake Regional Park

This popular recreation area offers outdoor opportunities for everyone. The lake is used cooperatively by swimmers, wind surfers, sailors, water-skiers, fishers and rowers. Some park trails are ... more

Galloping Goose Regional Trail

Connecting downtown Victoria with the Sooke potholes, this 60 kilometre trail is the perfect destination for a long walk, longer hike or bike ride. Cross the Selkirk Trestle and stare into the depths ... more

Goldstream Provincial Park

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Victoria, BC V8W 1T3
Massive trees, majestic waterfalls, a meandering river that meets the sea, flowers, birds and fascinating fish are but a few of the attractions that draw people to Goldstream Provincial Park, a mere ... more

Jordan River Regional Park

Jordan River Regional Park is a 187 hectare mixed coastal forest park along the Juan de Fuca Strait. A short walk through the forest, along a trail, boardwalk and down a set of stairs leads to ... more

Juan de Fuca Marine Trail

The Juan de Fuca Marine Trail is ideal for day hikes. Hikers who lack the experience and equipment for overnight hikes can travel light and explore more on day excursions. Alternatively, pack a tent ... more

Lone Tree Hill Regional Park

From the summit (364 m) of this small park, enjoy views of the Malahat, the Highlands, Victoria and the distant Olympic Mountains. more

Matheson Lake Regional Park

This neighbour to Roche Cove Regional Park and the Galloping Goose Regional Trail offers nature appreciation, hiking, swimming and fishing. more

Mill Hill Regional Park

A little-known oasis of nature, this park exemplifies the exquisite beauty and ecological wealth of our region. Walk through cool woodland and climb to the summit (203m) for spectacular views. more

Mount Parke Regional Park

Located on Mayne Island, in the Gulf Islands, this park is a perfect place to appreciate nature. A natural ecosystem, Mount Parke boasts spectacular vistas, forest walks, bird watching and spring ... more
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