Hiking Trails Near Victoria, BC
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Hiking Trails Near Victoria, BC

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Victoria has 29 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.3 to 34 miles in length. The most popular trails are Thetis Lake, Goldstream Provincial Park: Grand Loop and Mount Finlayson. Trails.com member Mike K. recently completed Thetis Lake. See all Victoria trails.
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The trail going up Mount Finlayson is a steep rugged trail with gnarled tree root sections ...
Seven short hiking trails meander through second-growth forest over rocky outcrops to ...
The Galloping Goose includes a sampling of urban and rural vistas. The trail—named for ...
Walk Downtown Victoria is a hiking trail in Victoria, British Columbia. It is within James ...
Woodland Trail is a hiking trail in Victoria, British Columbia. It is within Rockland. ...
Hike a portion of the challenging Coast Trail, exploring hidden coves, rocky headlands, ...
Follow an old logging road for an easy walk through thick timber to a pretty bay and a ...
Containing one of the finest beaches in the Capital Regional District, 143-acre ...
A challenging hike up steep open ledges, Mount Wells gushes with gorgeous wildflowers ...
A well-known Victoria-area landmark and one of the most climbed peaks on Vancouver Island, ...
A beautiful 1179-acre (477-ha) provincial park on the edge of metropolitan Victoria, ...
The lone ?r tree that graced this peak in the Highlands for two centuries has been gone ...
You can see a lot more from Seymour Hill than what you can see from the Thetis Lakes ...
Established in 1958 as Canada’s first nature sanctuary, the 2060-acre (834-ha) ...
Once a foul, polluted body of water, Swan Lake is now a lovely urban nature sanctuary ...
The last of seven bogs once found on the Saanich Peninsula, Rithet’s Bog is a plant ...
Affectionately referred to as Mount Doug by the locals, this prominent Saanich Peninsula ...
Once two separate lakes and the water supply for Victoria, the now adjoined Elk/Beaver ...
Hike to the highest summit on the Saanich Peninsula, named for a chief factor of the ...
From this open summit in the Gowlland Range, enjoy stupendous views overlooking the Saanich ...
Hike to a quiet cove on the Squally Reach at the mouth of the Finlayson Arm, the small ...
Almost continuous open ridgewalking amongst arbutus and Garry oak groves. Excellent, airy ...
Although badly infringed on by profit-driven developers, this is still by far the most ...
A sequence of linked trails provides a cross-section of ecosystem diversity: oak and arbutus ...
A varied sequence of trails past good swimming and views of a wilderness lake surrounded ...
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