Located outside Ring Road, the wood chip trails of the University of Victoria are frequented by joggers and pet owners. These jogging trails meander through forested areas and grassy meadows. Slightly off the beaten jogging trails, the University’s Finnerty Gardens are great place to admire the flowers and shrubs. You can also brush up on your Latin names for the plants, as the gardeners have name cards near the plants. The campus also is a great place to stroll.
Geographical Location N49º 27’ 39” W123º 18’ 58”
You can get to the University of Victoria from Mackenzie Avenue, Gordon Head Road, or Cedar Hill Cross Road. Turn on to Finnerty Road, University Drive, Gordon Head Road, or Henderson Road to access Ring Road. The jogging trails can be found by walking along the Ring Road toward a trail post. Several trail posts are also visible along Gordon Head or Cedar Hill Cross roads. Parking is available for a fee around the campus. Some street parking is available on Cedar Hill Cross Road and Gordon Head Road. Walks around the University of Victoria campus can easily be extend by strolling into Henderson Park. Finnerty Gardens are located near the chapel, which is across the parking. lot from the Fine Arts Buildings. Many buses provide service to the university area.