Breathtaking views of the Victoria and Saanich region, rugged coastal scenery along the Haro Strait and the Strait of Juan de Fuca, or peaceful walks amongst the Pacific West Coast rain forests are just a few of the spectacular hiking options in Victoria, BC, Canada.
Vancouver Island is known for its stunning beauty and there are many hikes that are close to the Victoria city centre. Trails are rated as easy, intermediate, or difficult and have details about the times, distances, and elevations for each.
See where the hiking trails are located throughout the Victoria region by using the map or view a list of hikes to compare their ratings.
Mount Douglas is the largest park in Saanich and its peak can either be reached by driving or hiking to the top to enjoy incredible views of Victoria, Haro Strait, and more. Read more
The steep Cascade Trail down to McKenzie Bight in Gowlland Tod Provincial Park.