City Center Park- Hulls Trail

City Center Park- Hulls Trail is in the Glen Lake area of Langford, B.C. The asphalt trail has several sections including one that parallels Glen Lake Road. The trail can be reached near the City Center Park at the Westhills Stadium. A collection of outdoor gym equipment is found near here. The pathway leads south past the stadium to a junction at Glen Lake Road. Hulls Trail leads for about a kilometer eastward toward Jacklin Road to end in the green space near the Petro Canada Station. Heading eastward along Hulls Trail, the route has several different fence lines from private homes to the south while a chain-link fence borders along sections of the north side. From the same junction point, near the Westhills Stadium, the Glen Lake Trail heads into a forested area called Shoreview Park. This section of the trail is rough and  about two hundred and fifty meters long. Hulls Trail also parallels Glen Lake Road toward Belmont Secondary School Green Space. Both southward routes can connect with the Galloping Goose Trail using sidewalks along the roadways. Langford Lake Park, Leigh Beach Park, Le Quesne Park, Glen Lake Park and Ed Nixon Trail are nearby

Geographic location N48° 26’32”  W123°32’27”

 

City Center Park- Hulls Trail can be reached from the Trans Canada Highway also called Hwy1. Turn at Millstream Road and turn right onto Veteran’s Memorial Parkway. Continue along VMP to reach Jenkins Ave. Turn left onto Jenkins Ave and continue to the second junction with Glen Lake Road. Turn right onto Glen Lake Road then and look for the trail access from parking area behind the Westhills Stadium. There is limited roadside parking along Glen Lake Road.

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