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    Centennial Park Loop Hike

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    Very Easy
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    1.6 km
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    23 m
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    Directions to Trailhead

    The Centennial Park Loop is a 1.6 km lollipop hiking route north of Victoria, BC, that travels through an amazing stretch of old-growth forest. With well-maintained, wide gravel pathways and plenty of side trails to explore, this trail is perfect for a quick outing with the entire family. Make sure to keep an eye out on the trail and keep off to the side, as this route is also used by horseback riders that may need to work past you as they trot through the forest.

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    Route Description for Centennial Park Loop Hike

    Hiking the Centennial Park Loop is the perfect family-friendly activity to get everyone outside and enjoying the natural beauty of Victoria Island without straying too far from the city. This trail is just one of the several hiking routes that can be found in Centennial park and offers an abundance of side trails for you and the family to go exploring. Additionally, the West Coast temperate rainforest terrain is the ideal setting to learn about this fascinating environment through the different species of plant and animal life that can be found here. With so many different ways to explore the park, there is no reason why the Centennial Park Loop shouldn’t be your next outdoor adventure in the Victoria area.

    Getting to the Centennial Park Loop Hike Trailhead

    To reach the Centennial Park Loop trailhead from Brentwood Bay, drive northeast along Wallace Drive for 2.6 km and turn left to arrive at the parking area.

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