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2017 Schedule (Monthly Walks)
Email address yvolks@telus.net

(Includes PT and Scheduled Event Walks)

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**** January ****

 January 01, Thursday - Victoria - Downtown
 - Welcome to the New Year Walk - "Capital City, Community and Murals Programs"
Contact:
Judy Haynes (250-385-8519)
Email:  yvolks@telus.net
Location:
Victoria YM-YWCA, 851 Broughton St. (V8W 1E5)
Start: 12pm Trail: 5/10 km Type: Group Walk PT 007 Rating: 1A
Registration: Opens at 11:30am and closes at 11:55am

Walk Description:

5km Route: – Beacon Hill.
 An easy walk, mostly pavement that goes past Victoria’s Working Harbour, Legislative Buildings and through Beacon Hill Park.  It is a mini version of the 10km.

10km Route 1:  A memorable Capital City Walk that will take you through Downtown, along Victoria's "Working" Harbour with its Marinas, ferries and float planes.  Around the Legislative Buildings (tours & Gift Shop avail), through Beacon Hill Park & it’s beautiful gardens.  Enjoy the view of the Olympic Mountains walking along Dallas Road. Enjoy the gardens at Government House and the magnificent masonry of Craigdarroch Castle.

 

January 21, Saturday – Victoria – Saanich
 – Tillicum Walk - ''Community, Murals and Trans Canada Trail Programs''

Contact: Hazel Dunham (250-385-5439) and Joyce Tomboulian (250-590-7766)
Email: yvolks@telus.net
Location:
Pearkes Rec Centre, 3100 Tilllicum Rd (V9A 6T2)
Start: 10am Trail: 5/10 km Type: Scheduled Event Rating: 1B
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description:

10km Route:
Goes through residential areas, Banfield Park, Trans Canada Trail & Pavilion, across Selkirk Trestle and along Colquitz Waterway and the trails in Cuthbert Holmes Park.

5km Route: Goes through Gorge Park to a lovely view of The Gorge where you may see small ferries, kayakers and whirlpools during a tide change.  Return along Gorge Waterfront Park, residential areas and on the trails in Cuthbert Holmes Park.


**** February ****

February 04, Saturday - Victoria - Oak Bay
 
- ''Oak Bay Waterfront – Community Program''
Contact:
Carol Halvorson, (250-386-6670) and Judy Haynes (250-385-8519)
Email:  yvolks@telus.net
Location:
Oak Bay Rec Centre, 1975 Bee St. (V8R 5E6)
Start: 10am Trail: 5/10/11 km Type: Group Walk  PT 015 Rating: 1B/2B
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am

Walk Description:

5km Route: This is an easy walk that goes behind Oak Bay High School, follows a portion of Bowker Creek Walkway and various streets to Willows Beach (look for Mt Baker on a clear day). Return along parts of the Centennial Trail.

10km Route. Walk through Bowker Creek Walkway, Estevan Village, pass by historic Todd House, explore Camus Trail and Willows Beach.  Continue along Esplanade, walk along “no name street” and around Turkey Head.  (Feed the seals, enjoy coffee overlooking the boats at Oak Bay Marina).  Continue along Beach Dr with its waterfront mansions and spectacular gardens. Take a few minutes for a side trip into Anderson Hill Park for a fabulous view of the Olympic Mountains and Juan de Fuca Strait then through residential Oak Bay including some back alleys and part of the Centennial Trail.

11km Route 1: Through Bowker Creek Walkway and Oak Bay streets to Historic Cattle Point with magnificent views overlooking the Salish Sea, Mt Baker, Gulf Islands and San Juan Islands.  Walk along The Esplanade beside Willows Beach to Turkey Head – have a coffee overlooking the Marina. Enjoy the waterfront mansions and their gardens along beach Drive and return through residential areas and Oak Bay Village.

After the Walk:  Coffee/lunch available at the Sports View Bar & Grill – upstairs at Oak Bay Rec Centre.

 

February 11, Saturday – Victoria – Saanich/Oak Bay
 – Allenby Park/Bowker Creek Event

Contact: Judy Haynes (250-385-8519) and Louise Klaassen (604-346-4509)
Email:  yvolks@telus.net
Location:
Allenby Park, Cnr Dean St/Allenby St (V8R 3B8)
Start: 10am Trail: 5/10 km Type: Scheduled Event Rating: 1A
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description:


10km Route
: Follows Bowker Creek as much as possible (some parts have been covered over).  Highlights along way are Camosun College (Lansdowne Campus), where you can walk through Na'Tsa'Maht (Aboriginal Gathering Place), Spirit Garden and residential areas.

5km Route: Is the same as the 10k however, it turns off into residential areas after Camosun College.

 


February 18, Saturday – Victoria – View Royal
 – Finnerty Gardens

Contact: Judy Haynes (250-385-8519) and Joan papert (250-477-1248)
Email:  yvolks@telus.net
Location:
Henderson Park Recreation Centre, 2291 Cedar Hill X Road (V8P 5H9)
Start: 10am Trail: 5/10 km Type: Scheduled Event Rating: 2B
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description:

10k Route: Walk on pavement and trails to the top of Mt Tolmie for a spectacular view overlooking the City of Victoria.  Visit Finnerty Gardens for a dazzling display of spring flowers and shrubs.  Continue walking on trails through the University of Victoria. Towards the end of the walk, if you feel like a challenge, walk along the beach and up 80 stairs to get a great view towards Vancouver. Return through Uplands and residential areas.

5k Route: Follow the same route as the 10k and after Finnerty gardens return along trails in the University of Victoria.

 


**** March ****

March 04, Saturday - Victoria – Saanich
Contact:
Carol Halvorson (250-386-6670) and Judy Haynes (250-385-8519)
Email:  yvolks@telus.net
Location:
Cedar Hill Rec Centre, 3220 Cedar Hill Rd (V8P 3Y3)
Start: 10am Trail: 5/6/10/11 km Type: Group Walk PT 306 Rating: 2B
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description:

5km and 6km Route 1:
Same as 10km and 11km routes with a turn-around point in Playfair Park.

10km Route 1: Follow the trails up one side of Cedar Hill Municipal Golf Course.  Have some laughs watching the ducks at Kings Pond.  Continue along various streets and connecting pathways through Playfair Park (great Rhododendron displays in the Spring) to the trail around Swan Lake Christmas Hill Nature Sanctuary. Come back through Playfair Park and along the trails on the other side of the Golf Course (some nice views over the city from the highest points along the Golf Course).

11km Route 1: This route is the same as the 10km route however, it includes a loop that passes Ecole Doncaster Elementary School.

 

March 18, Sunday - Victoria - Oak Bay
 
– ''Community and Lighthouse Programs'', Trans Canada Trail Program 10k only
Contact:
Hazel Dunham (250-385-5439) and Louise Klaassen (604-346-4509)
Email:
 yvolks@telus.net
Location: Esquimalt Recreation Centre, 527 Fraser St. (V9A 6H6) 
Start: 10am Trail: 5/6/10 km Type: Group Walk PT 253 Rating: 2B
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description:


10km Route 2: 
 This route includes a great view of Esquimalt Naval Dockyard (their Museum is worth a visit), through a Golf Course (watch for balls) to God’s Acre Veterans’ Cemetery & Chapel. Along the E&N Rail Trail, Banfield Park, the Trans Canada Trail & Pavilion. Along the E&N Rail Trail, Banfield Park, the Trans Canada Trail & Pavilion. Return through the residential Esquimalt. 

5km Route 2: follows 10k route but does not include Trans Canada Trail

6km Route 2:  
This walk does not go to God’s Acre nor the Trans Canada Trail.  It goes through parks, “Old Esquimalt” and along sections of the paved trail beside the E&N rail line.

The 5k and 10k routes go into the Veteran’s Cemetery.  It qualifies as a Cemetery with a most notable person – famous in Naval History - buried there.

Commander Edward Atcherly Echersal Nixon, RN
Nixon served in the Royal Navy until he was appointed by the Canadian Government to establish the Royal Navy College in Halifax in 1911.

When the college building was destroyed during the Halifax explosion in 1917, Nixon was appointed to transfer the College to Esquimalt -- from its temporary location at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario. (Nixon was severely wounded when the explosion destroyed the College building.)

He was described as a gentleman "sans peur et sans reproche". He was also described as someone who could look you in the eye and tell if your shoe laces were undone.


**** April ****

April 2, Sunday - Victoria - Oak Bay
 – ''Community and Lighthouse Programs''
Contact: 
Judy Haynes (250-385- 5819) and Carol Halvorson (250-386-6670)
Email:
  yvolks@telus.net
Location:
 Oak Bay Rec Centre, 1975 Bee St. (V8R 5E6) 
Start: 10am Trail: 5/10 km Type: Group Walk PT 256 Rating: 2A
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description:


5km Route:
 A paved walk taking you past some interesting houses to McNeill Bay for a nice view of Trial Island Lighthouse.  On the way back watch for the house with the “rats on the roof and the plates on the fence”. Detour through Oak Bay Village for tea or a meal before returning along Bowker Creek Walkway.

10km Route: This walk is mostly pavement and wanders through residential Oak Bay with its beautiful homes and gardens, along McNeill Bay and spectacular views of the Olympics and Trial Islands. (Lunch or snack on the beach with the best view of the Lighthouse and channel at the end of Radcliffe Lane). Return through Bowker Creek Walkway. You can also take a short detour through Oak Bay Village for tea or a meal and visit the many interesting shops along Oak Bay Avenue.
 


**** May ****

May 06, Saturday - Victoria – Saanich
 – ''Prospect Lake
Contact: 
Pat Carfra (250-479-9118) and Judy Haynes (250-385-8519)
Email:  yvolks@telus.net
Location:
 Prospect Lake Park (also known as Whitehead Park), Corner of Prospect Lake Road and Goward Road (V9E 2H7).
Start: 10am Trail: 5/10 km Type: Scheduled Event Rating: 2B
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am. 

Walk Description:
 

5km and 10km Routes
:  A nice walk along country lanes and trails.  Weather permitting, bring a picnic lunch. (no cooking facilities available)


 

May 28, Sunday - Victoria - Oak Bay
 - "Oak Bay Back Alley Walk"

Contact: 
Judy Haynes (250-385-8519) and Joan Papert (250-477-1248)
Email:  yvolks@telus.net
Location: 
Oak Bay Rec Centre, 1975 Bee St. (V8R 5E6)
Start: 
10:00am Trail: 5/10 km Type: Scheduled Event Rating: 1A
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description:
 

Explore various back alleys and connecting streets in Oak Bay.  The alleys are always full of surprises – some have interesting names.  Every year is a different route.

After the Walk:
  Coffee/lunch available at the Sports View Bar & Grill – upstairs at Oak Bay Rec Centre.


 **** June ****

 June 03, Saturday – Victoria – View Royal
 – Strawberry Vale Event

Contact: Camilla Smith (250-479-4950 and Hazel Dunham (250-385-5439)
Email: yvolks@telus.net
Location:
YM-YWCA Vancouver Island, Eagle Creek Shopping Centre, 25 Helmcken Way, View Royal BC  V8Z 5G5
Start: 10am Trail: 5/10 km Type: Scheduled Event Rating: 1B/2B
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description:


10k Route:
An early Summer walk on the trails in Knockan Hill Park, through residential Strawberry Vale and surrounding country roads and farms.

5k Route: An easy walk through Rosedale Park, along a waterway that usually has lots of Canada Geese and other overwintering birds and returns through residential areas.
 

 

June 17, Saturday - Victoria - Esquimalt
 – "Community and Murals Programs"
Contact: 
Judy Haynes (250-385-8519) and Louise Klaassen (604-346-4509)
Email: yvolks@telus.net
Location:
 Esquimalt Recreation Centre, 527 Fraser St. (V9A 6H6)
Start: 10am Trail: 5/10 km Type: Group Walk PT 253 Rating: 2B
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description:


5km Route: – Saxe Point Park
. This easy scenic walk combines pavement and trails.  Beautiful gardens and views at Saxe Point Park followed by more spectacular views as you follow the trails around Macaulay Pt. and return through residential areas of Esquimalt.

10km Route 1
:  A combination of pavement and trails takes you through Saxe Point Park, around Macaulay Point for an extended view of the Olympic Mountains and Juan de Fuca Strait. Continue past Work Point Barracks and West Bay Marina (Gaby’s Seafood Restaurant is a great place to stop for coffee or a meal) and onto Westsong Walkway.  Then north through another residential area to Cairn Park for an “inland” view of Saanich & return via memorial Park and Town Square.

 

 


**** July ****

 July 08, Saturday – Victoria – Saanich
 
Marigold Park

Contact: Hazel Dunham (250-385-5439) and Joyce Tomboulian (250-590-7766)
Email:  yvolks@shaw.ca
Location: Marigold Park, Iris Ave, off Grange, (V8Z 7K3)
Start: 10am Trail: 5/10 Type: Scheduled Event Rating: 1B/2B
Registration: Opens at 9:30am closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description:


10k Route
: This walk takes you through newer residential areas, several parks, along the Galloping Goose Trail with nice views of Esquimalt Naval Dock Yard/Harbour.  Enjoy the Colquitz River Trail and as you return you will discover hidden pathways and the little streets named after flowers.

5k Route: A gentler version of the 10k.  Newer Residential areas and the Galloping Goose Trail.

 

July 16, Sunday - Victoria - Oak Bay
 – 'Lighthouse Walk - 'Community and Lighthouse Programs
Contact: 
Judy Haynes (250-385-8519) and Joan Papert (250-477-1248)
Email:
  yvolks@telus.net
Location:
 Oak Bay Rec Centre, 1975 Bee St. (V8R 5E6) 
Start: 10am Trail: 5/10 km Type: Group Walk PT 256 Rating: 2A
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description:
 

5km Route:
 A paved walk taking you past some interesting houses to McNeill Bay for a nice view of Trial Island Lighthouse.  On the way back watch for the house with the “rats on the roof and the plates on the fence”. Detour through Oak Bay Village for tea or a meal before returning along Bowker Creek Walkway.

10km Route: This walk is mostly pavement and wanders through residential Oak Bay with its beautiful homes and gardens, along McNeill Bay and spectacular views of the Olympics and Trial Islands. (Lunch or snack on the beach with the best view of the Lighthouse and channel at the end of Radcliffe Lane). Return through Bowker Creek Walkway. You can also take a short detour through Oak Bay Village for tea or a meal and visit the many interesting shops along Oak Bay Avenue.



**** August ****

  August 06, Sunday - Victoria - Downtown
 - "Capital City, Community and Murals Programs"
Contact: 
Judy Haynes (250-385-8519)
Email:  yvolks@telus.net
Location:
 Victoria YM-YWCA Vancouver Island, 851 Broughton St. (V8W 1E5) 
Start: 10am Trail: 5/10 km Type: Group Walk PT 007 Rating: 1A
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am

Walk Description:

5km Route 2: Rockland Av with its magnificent mansions, Government House gardens, Moss Rock Park with a great view of the Olympic Mountains. Return through Fairfield, along streets with a magnificent canopy of mature trees and enjoy the variety of Edwardian and Victorian homes.

10km Route 2
: Walk around a tree in the middle of a road, past mansions in Rockland, Craigdarroch Castle and Government House with its magnificent gardens.  Walk through Fairfield residential area & up a short trail to Moss Rock Park for a wonderful view of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Olympic Mountains.  Continue through Fairfield to Dallas Road. (On left is historic Ross Bay Cemetery, well worth visiting). Return through some tiny streets and lanes in James Bay followed by a stroll through Beacon Hill Park and its beautiful gardens.


 

**** September ****

September 02, Saturday– Victoria – Oak Bay
– Waterfront Walk - Community Program
Contact: 
Judy Haynes (250-385-8519) and Louise Klaassen (604-346-4509)
Email:
 
yvolks@telus.net
Location:
 Oak Bay Rec Centre, 1975 Bee St. (V8R 5E6)
Start:
 
10am Trail: 5/10/11 Type: Group Walk PT 015 Rating: 1A/2A
Registration:
 
Opens at 9:30am closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description:
 

Route 2: 10k
- Criss cross the boundary between the "Tweed Curtain" Municipality of Oak Bay and the Municipality of Victoria.  Explore Government House grounds including trails at the back of the “house” with magnificent views (on a clear day), narrow streets (watch for traffic) and back alleys.

Route 2:
 6k - Is similar to 10k however, if does not go to Government House.

After the Walk:
  
Coffee/lunch available at the Sports View Bar & Grill – upstairs at Oak Bay Rec Centre.


 

 

September 16, Saturday - Victoria - Central Saanich
 – 150th Celebration - "Harvest Walk & Potluck Picnic"

Contact: 
Carol Halvorson (250-386-6670) or Camilla Smith (250-479-4950)
Email: yvolks@telus.net
Location: 
Centennial Park, 7500 Block Wallace Drive, (V9M 2H6). 
Start: 10am Trail: 5/10 km TypeScheduled Walk Rating: 1B/2B
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description:


Re:
The pot luck picnic following these walks. The shelter has no cooking facilities.  Please use your own cooler if possible. Coffee will be supplied.

10k route: 
On this walk you can enjoy the serenity of the trails of Centennial Park in Saanich, stroll along connecting pathways, country roads and farms with views of the Salish Sea.  Munch on some blackberries along the way and finish the walk on different trails in Centennial Park

5k Route:  Enjoy the trails in Centennial Park, small parks and connecting pathways.  Take a moment to enjoy the view over Mt Newton valley before you head back through a residential area and pass by various Sports fields in Centennial Park.

Trails in Centennial Park,
 water views, parks and farmland, blackberries to munch on and a bit of a challenge at the end of the 10km.  Bring a picnic lunch,  Cookies and coffee will be supplied.




**** October ****

October 14, Saturday – View Royal
 – Four Mile Pub– Community, Mural Programs, A-Z Programs
Contact: Camilla Smith (250-479-4950) and Joyce Tomboulian (250-590-7766)
Email: yvolks@shaw.ca
Location: 199 Island Hwy, (V8S 1V9) – Please park in lower parking lot near registration area
Start: 10am Trail: 6/10 km Type: Scheduled Event Rating: 2B
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description
:


10k Route: This walk has a nice mix of trails, parks and waterfront views.  The Colours of Fall in View Royal's residential gardens and street landscaping are quite beautiful.  Walk along the galloping Goose Trail and enjoy some trails in Thetis Park.  Return through residential areas

6k Route:  This route is the same as the 10k but does not go along the Goose or into Thetis.Park
Both routes – Note the mural on the RR overpass at Helmcken Rd


Enjoy Lunch at The Four Mile Pub at the end of the walk - always excellent food.


**** November ****

November 11, Saturday - Victoria – Esquimalt
 – Remembrance Day - "Community and Murals Program", Trans Canada Trail Program 10k only

An alternate ending for this walk will be at Memorial Park
so you can attend the Remembrance Day Ceremonies

Contact: Hazel Dunham (250-385-5439) and Carol Halvorson (250-386-6670)
Email:  yvolks@telus.net
Location: 
Esquimalt Recreation Centre, 527 Fraser St. (V9A 6H6) 
Start: 10k start 9:00am 5k and 6k start 9:30am Trail: 5/6/10 km Type: Group Walk PT 253 Rating: 2B
Registration: Opens at 8:45am and closes at 9:45am.

Walk Description:
 

10km Route 2
:  This route includes a great view of Esquimalt Naval Dockyard (their Museum is worth a visit), through a Golf Course (watch for balls) to God’s Acre Veterans’ Cemetery & Chapel. Along the E&N Rail Trail, Banfield Park, the Trans Canada Trail & Pavilion. Along the E&N Rail Trail, Banfield Park, the Trans Canada Trail & Pavilion. Return through the residential Esquimalt. 

5km Route 2: follows 10k route but does not include Trans Canada Trail

6km Route 2
:  This walk does not go to God’s Acre nor the Trans Canada Trail.  It goes through parks, “Old Esquimalt” and along sections of the paved trail beside the E&N rail line.

The 5k and 10k routes go into the Veteran’s Cemetery.  It qualifies as a Cemetery with a most notable person – famous in Naval History - buried there.

Commander Edward Atcherly Echersal Nixon, RN
Nixon served in the Royal Navy until he was appointed by the Canadian Government to establish the Royal Navy College in Halifax in 1911.

When the college building was destroyed during the Halifax explosion in 1917, Nixon was appointed to transfer the College to Esquimalt -- from its temporary location at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario. (Nixon was severely wounded when the explosion destroyed the College building.)

He was described as a gentleman "sans peur et sans reproche". He was also described as someone who could look you in the eye and tell if your shoe laces were undone.

 

November 12, Saturday -Victoria - Oak Bay
 – "Lighthouse Walk - Community and Lighthouse Programs"
Contact:
Judy Haynes (250-385-8519) and Cheryl Thorsteinson (250-385-8990)
Email: yvolks@telus.net
Location:
Oak Bay Rec Centre, 1975 Bee St. (V8R 5E6)
Start: 10am Trail: 5/10 km Type: Group Walk PT 256 Rating: 2A
Registration: Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description:


5km Route:
A paved walk taking you past some interesting houses to McNeill Bay for a nice view of Trial Island Lighthouse.  On the way back watch for the house with the “rats on the roof and the plates on the fence”. Detour through Oak Bay Village for tea or a meal before returning along Bowker Creek Walkway.

10km Route: This walk is mostly pavement and wanders through residential Oak Bay with its beautiful homes and gardens, along McNeill Bay and spectacular views of the Olympics and Trial Islands. (Lunch or snack on the beach with the best view of the Lighthouse and channel at the end of Radcliffe Lane). Return through Bowker Creek Walkway. You can also take a short detour through Oak Bay Village for tea or a meal and visit the many interesting shops along Oak Bay Avenue.

After the Walk:  Coffee/lunch available at the Sports View Bar & Grill – upstairs at Oak Bay Rec Centre

 


**** December ****

December 02, Saturday - Victoria – Saanich
Contact:
 
Judy Haynes (250-385-8519)
Email: yvolks@telus.net
Location: 
Cedar Hill Rec Centre, 3220 Cedar hill Rd (V8P 3Y3) 
Start: 10am Trail: 5/6/10/11 km Type: Group Walk PT 306 Rating: 2B
Registration: 
Opens at 9:30am and closes at 9:55am.

Walk Description:
 
TBA
Note:
The Route will depend on the weather.

 

December 17 Sunday – Victoria – Downtown
- "Christmas Lights Walk and Social"
Contacts: 
Judy Haynes (250-385-8519) Louise Klaassen (604-346-4509)
                and Cheryl Thorsteinson (250-385-8990)

Email: 
yvolks@telus.net
Location: 
Victoria YM-YWCA Vancouver Island, 851 Broughton St. (V8W 1E5) 
Registration: Opens at 2:30pm and closes at 2:55pm.
Start: 3pm Trail: 5/10 km Type: Evening Scheduled Walk Rating: 1A

Walk Description:


Both 5k and 10k routes include, Christmas Lights, 60 Decorated Trees , The Teddy Bears, the Gingerbread display, coloured lights on the Legislative Buildings.
 

Details of the proposed Social will be announced closer to December

 

 


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