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Bear Hill covers nearly 49 hectares of hilltop (220m) landscape, with some of the oldest rock on Vancouver Island and gentle forest trails. Features include: • a profusion of wildflowers in the spring • mixed woodland of western red cedar, Douglas...
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Located on the western side of the Saanich Peninsula, this small park offers a quiet refuge. Features • Winding nature trail past towering western red cedar along a quiet creek • Secluded bay, rich in tidal lagoon life, facing Saanich Inlet...
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Francis/King Regional Park This park is an ideal place for visitors of all abilities to explore nature. Park Features • 11 kilometres of gentle woodland trails • spring wildflower meadows • a nature centre and meeting room • the Elsie King Trail, a...
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Multi-use trails open to mountain biking lie on the east slope of Mount Work, separate from the main park. These trails cover a range of terrain, from moderate, rolling hills to the most difficult grade for advanced mountain bikers. Use extreme...
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Follow the summit trail of this hilltop (136m) park to enjoy wildflowers in the spring and spectacular views all year round. Park Features • Panoramic views of Satellite Channel, the Saanich Peninsula, and the Gulf Islands • A close-up view of...
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This park offers an expansive beach along the eastern shore of the Saanich Peninsula, and excellent bird watching. Features • long, sandy beach for exploring, picnicking and swimming • beach, dune, wetland, and shrub ecosystems, home to numerous...
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* Saanich Peninsula Oceanfront with miles of sandy beach to stroll. Mount Baker and Gulf Islands in the foreground. * Campsite hosts. * 52 RV sites, most with 115 volt power and fresh water. No sewer but there is a sani dump nearby. Septic truck...
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Explore BC at its wildest. The natural abundance of fish, clean air, pristine waters, and spectacular accommodations make British Columbia fishing resorts some of the most desirable in the world.