Great biking in Victoria!

  • The Flight Path - Victoria Int'l Airport Walking and Biking Trail, Visitor in Victoria

VICTORIA AIRPORT PATH

The Flight Path A 9.3km bike and walking trail around the airport.  Bring the whole family to explore this unique recreational facility! Located around the perimeter of the pastoral Victoria International Airport, come for a bike, hike or stroll and enjoy the natural beauty of the Saanich Peninsula. The Flight Path is punctuated with intriguing

HISTORIC KINSOL TRESTLE

For a unique biking or walking experience, I suggest you drive up to see the amazing century old Kinsol Trestle which is now part of the Trans Canada Trail.  It's about an hour's drive up the beautiful Malahat (Hwy #1) to the parking lot.  (See below for directions) It stands 44 metres high and is

  • Galloping Goose Trail Sign

GALLOPING GOOSE AT SOOKE POTHOLES

A Short History of the 'Goose' Part of the Trans Canada Trail which traverses the country, the Galloping Goose and Peninsula Trails form one of the most picturesque trail systems in Canada. Dedicated in 1989, the Galloping Goose Trail is named for a gawky and noisy gas rail-car which carried passengers between Victoria and Sooke

COLQUITZ RIVER TRAIL

The Colquitz River Trail is perhaps one of Saanich's least-known public trails. Starting roughly at the western corner of Interurban Road and Burnside Road West, Colquitz River Trail was envisioned as early as 1967 and was one of the municipality's first efforts to protect urban streams. The waterway, alternatively referred to as a river or

LOCHSIDE TRAIL

The Lochside Trail begins at the 'switch bridge' where it connects to the Galloping Goose Trail and continues up the Saanich Peninsula to Sidney, BC.   Biking the Lochside Trail This picturesque multi–use trail, formerly a railway line, stretches from Swartz Bay to Victoria, past beaches, farmland, and wetlands, down country lanes and

GALLOPING GOOSE TRAIL

Victoria is a biker's paradise!  Many streets have dedicated bike lanes so getting around town is fast and convenient. If you'd like something different - to get you out of downtown - this is a great idea: The Galloping Goose Trail Size: 151 hectares (373 acres) or 60 km long Location: Sooke, Metchosin, Colwood, Langford,

BIKE TOURS IN VICTORIA, BC

There are several ways to tour around Victoria by bicycle or pedicab: Pedicabs Love the vantage point that being on a bicycle provides, but maybe don't want to break a sweat? Try a pedicab tour or ride! These specially designed bicycles built for passengers allow you to relax in the back seat while a knowledgeable

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