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Ogden Point Beach

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July 9, 2020
Great place to walk. You can go out and back on the breakwater itself and /or walk all along Dallas Road to Clover Point to see kiteboarders and people flying kites on a windy day.
February 19, 2020
A ‘must do’!! Walk along the Break Water if you want to experience the true West Coast! A family tradition since I was a child...beautiful in sunny weather or bundle up for a windy walk during storm season:) Approximately 20 minute drive (7.8km)
Nicki + Connor
Nicki + Connor
January 21, 2020
if you catch yourself downtown and want to check out the cruise ships / watch local divers / grab a coffee and go for a nice walk, this is the place to do it. A local favorite, and room for all.
Paul & Takayo
Paul & Takayo
August 24, 2019
A Great Walk anytime of the day.
July 15, 2019
The Ogden Point Breakwater is a popular walk near downtown Victoria that follows the cement structure from Dallas Road out towards on the Juan de Fuca Strait to a lighthouse on its furthest end. The area gives people an opportunity to see Victoria's busy harbour traffic as cruise ships, ferries,…

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“An excellent local grocery chain featuring high quality ingredients and amazing deli selection. The custom sandwiches are famous!”
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“Roomy, modern restaurant with a large display aquarium & menu of familiar Japanese cuisine. Available on SkipTheDishes ”
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“Lots of hiking to be had off of the Juan de Fuca trail. Either for a nice short hike or one that can last for weeks. It’s got lots of rewards along the way. Taking in the ocean air with the lush green scenery. Everything the west coast has to offer ”
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“Mile 0 of the Trans Canada Highway is located on Douglas Street at the intersection of Dallas Road, near the beautiful Victoria waterfront. The Mile 0 marker is the start of the over 8,000 km Trans-Canada Highway that spans the entire length of Canada. The monument is located on a large grassy field adjacent to the beautiful Beacon Hill Park. Mile 0 is also home to a statue of Terry Fox. Fox lost his right leg to cancer when he was 18 years old. He started a cross-Canada run to raise money for cancer research, beginning in Newfoundland on the East coast of Canada, and was to end at the Mile 0 marker in Victoria. Unfortunately, Fox's journey ended tragically near the halfway mark when he fell ill and passed away from cancer. Since then, hundreds of millions of dollars has been raised in his name for cancer research.”
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“One of the places the harbour ferry goes. Float homes and a fish and chip restaurant. Hop back on the ferry when your finished and return to the inner harbour. ”
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