Galloping Goose Trail - Regional Park
The Galloping Goose Regional Trail was named after a gas-powered passenger car that carried mail and 30 passengers between Victoria and Sooke during the 1920s. It is part of the Trans Canada Trail, a national multi-use trail system linking trails from coast to coast.
The Galloping Goose connects with the Lochside Regional Trail, a 29-kilometre former railway line from Saanich to Sidney.
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