Galloping Goose Regional Trail
The Galloping Goose Regional Trail is part of the Trans Canada Trail that spans Canada. The Goose is constructed upon the abandoned rail beds and trestles of a once active rail line. In the 1920’s gas rail-cars carried passengers from Sooke to Victoria. When the trail was born in 1989, it was the noisy, gangling-looking rail-cars that inspired the name Galloping Goose.
As the trail meanders through forest, fields, ocean and rivers keep your eyes open for wildlife. You never know what you’ll see along the “Goose”.
For more information and maps for the Galloping Goose Regional Trail, please visit the Galloping Goose Trail website here.