Tod Inlet in Gowlland Tod Provincial Park One of our favourite spots in Victoria is tucked in behind Butchart Gardens where thousands of people visit every year but have no idea that this hidden gem is close by! Part of the reason is that this beautiful tree-lined inlet is only accessible by boat or by
Victoria, BC is a walking paradise. There are so many great walks and so many interesting things to see, but here are my 5 picks for downtown Victoria. There are many more - see the posts under 'Hiking/Biking/Walking Trails'. West Song/West Bay Walkway. Linda on the Westbay Walkway By FAR my favorite
Devonian Park Entrance and parking lot This great - tho small - park is about a 40-minute drive from Victoria and well worth it! Features include a gentle walking trail through mixed woodland and along a winding creek, cobble beach (no sand!) for picnicking and exploration, bird watching at Sherwood Pond (although the
Victoria is a great place for walking. Long walks or short ... there is something for everyone! These are some suggestions for leisurely strolls in/around downtown. Please see post under 'further afield for more walks/hikes/trails out-of-town. All of these walks are level and paved - all suitable for wheelchair. Beacon Hill Park 1.