Beechey Head Loop

EASY 7 reviews

Beechey Head Loop is a 5.8 kilometer loop trail located near Sooke, British Columbia, Canada that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is good for all skill levels offers a number of activity options. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

5.8 km
146 m

dog friendly

kid friendly



nature trips

trail running


horseback riding




wild flowers


From June 1 to September 15, dogs must be on leash when passing through beach and picnic areas and are not allowed to stay.

2 months ago

Easy is relative. As others have noted, there is a decent amount of boulder climbing along this trail, but the views across the Street are beautiful. We made an afternoon out of it, did the forest section first then looped around to the beach area. My 9 and 12 year olds did great on this one, I would say it's doable for most ages. Would love to come back and hike the whole Coast Trail!

3 months ago

Such a great hike. Little of everything: Forrest, view and we looped back on the coastal trail which has some climbing rocks and great views. Agree with the previous post that if you take the coastal route it's not easy! But Two kids were engaged and loving it the whole way:)

4 months ago

Beautiful hike with coastal shoreline views of the Olympic Mountain range as well as forest and meadow views on the way back. Took 2 hours with minimal stops. Shoreline had a few difficult spots of climbing up and down rocks but fine with good hiking shoes. Last part of hike from Beechey Head point back to Farm parking lot is easy forest hike.

5 months ago

This is a great hike, but I wouldn't call it an easy hike. Half the hike is a trail along the coast which has constant ups and downs over rock. Lots of scrambling over boulders. It was pretty tough in parts. There was even a warning sign for the last third of the trail. It was pretty and I would do it again but would allow a little more time.

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