Take a guided walk on the wilder side

CRD Regional Parks naturalists taking people on hiking trips

  • Sep. 10, 2014 2:00 p.m.

CRD Regional Parks are hosting a couple of hikes, one to beautiful East Sooke Regional Park and the other to Charters River Salmon Interpretive Centre. Take your pick and enjoy the afternoon.

 

West Coast Afternoon Guided Adult Hike

Sunday, September 14

11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

East Sooke Regional Park (East Sooke)

Guided Adult Hike  18 years+

Join a Regional Parks’ naturalist for a west coast exploration from Aylard Farm to Beechey Head Point. You will explore a piece of paradise hiking a trail that winds along the ocean, passing cormorants, gulls, arbutus bluffs, and kelp forests along the way.

There is no fee for this program but you must pre-register by September 12 as space is limited.

 

Go with the Flow (Line) Guided Walk

Sunday, September 14 | 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.

Charters Interpretive Centre Regional Park (Sooke)

Guided Walk

5 years+

Join the Sooke Region Museum and a CRD Regional Parks’ naturalist  for a short, steep hike through the woods to see a historic bake oven built 100 years ago by workers constructing the 27 mile flowline to carry water to Victoria.

Meet at Charters River Salmon Interpretive Centre at 2895 Sooke River Road.

There is no fee for this program but you must pre-register by September 12 as space is limited.

Please leave your pets at home.

As with all hikes and excursions, please dress for the weather and weather proper footwear. Bring along water and a small snack if desired.

Contact CRD Regional Parks at 250.478.3344 or visit crd.bc.ca/events.

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