Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas in Toronto

Top Scenic Walking Areas in Toronto, Ontario

Scenic Walking Areas in Toronto

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  • Stephanie d
    Toronto, Canada59 contributions
    Yorkville is known for being super expensive/high end and it is, but it's also nice for a walk around and a sweet treat on an afternoon.
    Written April 21, 2022
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  • Holiday-Lady25
    Sunderland, UK1,160 contributions
    We had pre-booked a tour to Niagara with grey line tours. Our guide for the day was very knowledgeable and made the day. We had lunch in the Sheraton then did the horn-blower tour before moving on to spend some time at Niagara-on-the-Lake. What a beautiful place to visit.
    Written August 12, 2019
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  • Saucysavory
    Brampton, Canada1,230 contributions
    It’s quite the experience to skate under a highway! The din of overhead traffic quickly dissipates as you are drawn into the atmosphere of people swirling around this trail. Music in the background, beautifully decorated trees and lots of seating to change your skate with access to an indoor area with lockers if need be. Free mini muffins from the Quaker area which also boasts outdoor firepits. Also a Corona apres ski patio is available. The area surrounding the trail is very well decked with rubber mats so its easy on your blades. Equipment available to support new skaters. It was fun!
    Written January 2, 2020
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  • operalover939
    Toronto, Canada2,628 contributions
    Mount Hope Cemetery is not as large as Mt Pleasant Cemetery, nor is it as well-treed, but its terrain is more varied, and in these days of Covid-19 it provides a pleasant place to walk. If you're walking you can enter it from Bayview Avenue not far north of Broadway or from the eastern end of Erskine Avenue. If you're driving, Erskine Avenue is your best entry point, since parking is not permitted on Bayview.
    Written January 25, 2021
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