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Galloping Goose

The Galloping Goose Trail connects cyclists and hikers from throughout the Capital Region to the City of Langford.

The Trail runs through south-central Langford and along the southern tip of Glen Lake. It is the main bicycle and pedestrian artery within the Capital Region. The Galloping Goose is the ideal choice for active commuters to and from Langford.

The Galloping Goose is southern Vancouver Island's most travelled trail and provides a continuous route from Sooke to Sidney to downtown Victoria.

The Trail moves through urban, rural and wilderness settings and the surface of the trail often reflects its surroundings. The majority of the Trail is unpaved gravel while the downtown portions that pass through View Royal, Saanich, and Victoria are paved.

For those challenging themselves to trek the entire Trail, Langford makes a great spot to rest and revitalize. Situated around the midpoint of the Galloping Goose, Langford has every amenity and a variety of Accommodations to recharge yourself before setting out to complete the trail.

For More Information

Visit the Galloping Goose Trail website for articles on cycling the trail, trail etiquette, videos and photos, maps, and links to attractions along the Trail.

The Galloping Goose Trail is maintained by the Capital Regional District (CRD). The CRD website has even more information about the Trail.

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