East Sooke Regional Park, Sooke

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
Experience secluded Vancouver wilderness on a visit to East Sooke Regional Park, a rocky coastal area with lush forest. Throughout the park's vast 1,422 hectares (3,512 acres), 50 km (31 mi) of trails lead through verdant wooded areas and sweeping seaside lookouts, catering to walkers of all experiences and fitness levels. The park also has several areas perfect for setting up picnics, with pockets of beach and wide open fields dotted around. Our Sooke vacation planner makes visiting East Sooke Regional Park and other Sooke attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Very interesting Park with hiking trail that runs along the sea, but course often hindered by natural elements: roots, slopes with exposed stone. It's a way to go with great caution, and that is hardly passable by anyone. Furthermore, missing information about the time required to get to sites, as well as the difficulty by location of the course.
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  • We took the Pike's Point Trail out to the Pacific Coast Trail. The closer you get to the ocean the tougher the trail is.....moderate ability required at best. Beautiful scenery at the coast. Many peop...  read more »
  • Beautiful Setting! My favourite is the entrance to the park at Aylard Farm. The main trail leads you from the large parking area along the through the grassy meadow and apple trees to a rest area. The...  read more »
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