Stickleback Urban Trail
District of Sooke & Juan de Fuca Community Trails Society
Sooke BC

The Stickleback Urban Trail is a community initiative that utilizes existing trails and sidewalks from the Galloping Goose Regional Trail, through the Sooke Town Centre, to Broomhill. 

Kiosk Map, Map Tables & Wayfinding Signage were designed to inform the public of the Stickleback Urban Trail in Sooke and to show the proximity to existing Sooke Trails and the Galloping Goose Trail. The maps show places of interest such as Parks, Shoreline Access, Skate Park, Bike Park, CRD Self-Serve Bike Repair Stands along with BC Transit Bus Stops closest to the trail.

• Map Design
• Wayfinding Marker Signage & Stencil Layout
• Icon Design (Wildfires, Black Bear, Cougar & Wolf)
• Poster Design
• Photography


Map Design Migration Design

Wood Map Tables, Kiosk & Wayfinding Markers designed, built and installed by Juan de Fuca Community Trails Society (design Terry Cristall + construction Murray Tomkins) & District of Sooke
Stickleback Fish Icon designed by Noella LeDrew
Wildlife Photos by © Josh DeLeenheer, © Lee-Ann Rutton, © Diane Wilson, © Sandro Morlacci + © Sandra Morlacci
Type Laconia designed by Ross Mills of Tiro Typeworks
Maps & Wayfinding Signage printed by Tran Sign, Langford BC
Stencil Laser Cut by Custom Stamp & Engraving, Victoria BC
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