Follow the summit trail of this hilltop (136m) park to enjoy wildflowers in the spring and spectacular views all year round. Horth Hill Regional Park provides panoramic views of Satellite Channel, the Saanich Peninsula, and the Gulf Islands.


  • Panoramic views of Satellite Channel, the Saanich Peninsula, and the Gulf Islands
  • A close-up view of wildflowers in the spring and mushrooms in the fall
  • Trails for hikers and horse riders

Trail Rating: Moderate
Size: 36.36 hectares
Location: Tatlow Road in North Saanich
Established: 1966
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset

Things to Do

Enjoy a vigorous climb through varied forest communities on one of several trails in this 36-hectare hilltop park. Rich in native plants and mushrooms, every season boasts a charming display for nature lovers. For spectacular ocean views and open sky, follow the summit trail and take in panoramic views of the Saanich Peninsula, Gulf Islands and San Juan Islands.


Information Kiosk Parking Lot Public Transit Toilet

The park offers an information kiosk, parking lot and toilets at the entrance.

How to Get There

Follow the Pat Bay Highway from Victoria, and take the Wain Road exit. Follow Wain Road west to cross over the highway, then turn right on Tatlow Road, which leads to the park entrance on the right. Allow approximately 35 minutes driving time from Victoria.

Photo Credit

©Image courtesy of Mary Sanseverino

Horth Hill Regional Park
North Saanich
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Please conserve our Parks

Please follow these rules to keep the park natural and enjoyable for everyone.

  • Stay on designated trails
  • Do not remove or disturb animals or plants, such as wildflowers
  • Dogs must be on leash or under control to avoid injuring or disturbing people, pets or wildlife
  • Pick up dog droppings and take them to the trash
  • Leave no trace and carry out litter
  • Motorized vehicles, camping, open fires, smoking, and alcohol are prohibited

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