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Many locals we talked to recommended Dallas Road's walk along the water during our vaction. It was worth it: sea, sky, pebble beach, driftwood, paved paths, all on a dry, sunny, cool-breeze day. This was a quiet retreat from big city movement. Enjoyed it immensely!
Came across the beach by accident as I crossed to the trail from the totem. Such a beautiful spot to sit and watch the sea and tide, and watch people enjoy the evening sun. So easy to relax and lose track of time. Definitely worth...More
When I was a teenager I used to play softball near Clover Point, on the grassy field between Dallas Road and the beach, which the good hitters could occasionally reach on the fly. That counted as a home run. A good part of the field...More
sadly every where seems to be an off leash area to let pit bulls and mangy canines run free. we were fascinated by a large otter eating a crab on the quiet rocky shore when yet another scary looking dog appeared. i am sure it...More
If you want to get away from the bustle and tourists of downtown Victoria (because there's nothing tourists hate more than other tourists), the beach beneath Dallas Road is an excellent place to go. You get the wind blowing across the Salish Sea, with views...More
This is a several kilometer walk each way. A bit of construction going on but oh well, the current mayor of Victoria seems to want to waste so much money on fixing things that are not broken. Besides all that, its a great walk in...More
I LOVE cats and dogs ! ...and it was with extreme pleasure to take the 45-50 minute walk (for exercise purposes) and sit there on a bench after and just simply watch the fur babies enjoying their play time, their break time, their toilet walk...More