Biking in Victoria

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  • Kinsol Trestle

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

  • Sooke Potholes waterfall

SOOKE POTHOLES PARKS

The Sooke Potholes The Sooke Potholes are actually comprised of 2 different parks, Sooke Potholes Provincial Park and Sooke Potholes Regional Park. As you drive along Sooke River Rd, it is he provincial park the you first enter.  This park is comprised of 7.28 acres along both sides of the Sooke River and extends north

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

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

LOCHSIDE TRAIL

The Lochside Trail The Lochside Trail is a scenic multi-use path that stretches all the way from Swartz Bay in North Saanich to the 'Switch Bridge' (the pedestrian overpass crossing highway #1 at Uptown)  where it connects to the Galloping Goose Trail.   Biking  a rural section of the Lochside Trail The Lochside