Galloping Goose Regional Trail
The Galloping Goose Regional Trail is a picturesque multi–use trail, formerly a railway line, that moves through urban, rural, and wilderness scenery on its 55 kilometre journey from Victoria to Sooke. You can cycle, stroll, run, or even ride a horse through the rural sections. Whether you're community to work, meandering on a weekend afternoon or pacing yourself from Sidney to Sooke, the trail is yours to enjoy and protect. The Galloping Goose was originally a freight railway line built during the First World War. It is part of the Trans Canada Trail, a national multi-use trail system linking trails from coast to coast. "The Goose" intersects with the Lochside Regional Trail, a 29 kilometre former railway line from Saanich to Sidney. The CRD has rated the Galloping Goose Regional Trail as Accessible (paved sections) to Easy.
Check out the CRD website for suggested cycle day trips and more about the Galloping Goose Regional Trail.