c27 South Saanich Cycle Loop 27k for the TCT25 Program in 2017
Selfie: with Old Farmer Roy statue on Blenkinsop Bridge
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About the Journey:
This sensational loop comes off the Lochside Trail, an alternate for the TCT from Victoira to the mainland. It offers a loop within the main loop by taking the fantastic greenway trail around the lake in Elk/Beaver Lake Regional Park. From there it is connected to the Centennial Trail and a section of the main Trans Canada Trail on the Galloping Goose Trail. Other highlights include Swan Lake and the iconic Blenkinsop Bridge. Allow about 4 hours.