Ogden Point Breakwater, Victoria

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
Stroll along Ogden Point Breakwater, the narrow, 850 m (half-mile) walkway that juts out into the ocean from Ogden Point. Built in 1916, the walkway was used to protect the piers, and as of 2013 the long, concrete stretch has railings, making it suitable for everyone to enjoy. You can learn about the history of the breakwater from the exhibit on shore, while also discovering interesting facts about the wildlife in the area. Walking on the breakwater, you can observe numerous ships and ferries coming into the harbor, spot seals, jellyfish, and seagulls, and admire the lighthouse at the very end of the walkway. Put Ogden Point Breakwater and other Victoria attractions into our Victoria family vacation planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Visited here with the wind blowing down the Straits of Juan de Fuca at a steady 60 km/hr, clearing skies. Lots of fun walking the breakwater (which is about 875m long) trying unsuccessfully to avoid s...  read more »
  • We did a morning walk on the breakwater & it was beautiful! It's busy but most people walk at a decent pace. I'd recommend it! 
  • Lovely bracing 15 minute walk, interesting native art work on show Nice cafe situated at end of pier 
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