Our Home on the Sunshine Coast

Just 40 minutes from West Vancouver lies 'the Coast' – a semi-rural getaway with small towns, community forests, hiking trails, parks, and pebble or sand beaches.

Strollable Sechelt  –  Ambling from Dolphin Street out to Porpoise Bay

Sechelt means 'place between two waters' in the local shíshálh language. The Village of  Sechelt  is a strollable strip of  land between Trail Bay and Porpoise Bay. On your way,  feed the ducks at the Sechelt Marsh or have a picnic at Osbourne Park

Strollable Sechelt: Dolphin to Porpoise Bay

Strollable Sechelt – Walkable Waterfront on the Trail Bay seawalk

Or stroll the walkable waterfront along Trail Bay on Sechelt Village's south side. Although accessible by a walking trail through Snickett Park, most of the Trail Bay waterfront is lined with paved surfaces – a quiet road and seawalk pathways.

Strollable Sechelt: Walkable Waterfront – the Village's Trail Bay seawalk

Strollable Sechelt – Strolling the back Lanes of Sechelt Village

For locals dodging the cut-through traffic of Sechelt Village or for visitors who would like a quieter strolling experience, the Village's many laneways offer an opportunity. Not all of Sechelt Village's lanes make for good strolling but most are well-suited for pedestrians, jogging strollers, bicycles, and the like. Of these lanes, Lamprey is most useful (as an extension of Inlet Avenue when heading for Porpoise Bay) but, for the adventurous strollers, most lanes are worth exploring.

Strollable Sechelt – Shortcuts & sidetrips through Sechelt Village's Lanes