Biking Trails in Toronto

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Biking Trails in Toronto

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  • Katherine L
    Quebec City, Canada26 contributions
    It was a really beautiful park, and easy to find parking on a Monday in September. The only downside was the trash lying around that I didn't expect.
    Written September 28, 2020
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  • Kathy H
    Toronto, Canada62 contributions
    Went with a friend to Woodbine Beach and had a lovely day excepting the beach and water where we were was a little on the rocky side, it was quite crowded plus the water had a bit of a smelll of polution. But it was a hot day so well worth the minor inconveniences.
    Written October 17, 2021
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  • AMsays
    Thornhill, Canada3,464 contributions
    This is my backyard natural paradise that I frequent almost every day on my walks. This vast park intersects various prominent streets, a reservoir, creeks, forested areas, greenspace, the Finch Hydro Corridor and spans many kilometres of trials.
    The forested areas still harbour wildlife – I have seen hawks, deer and a coyote on a few occasions. More frequent are the skunks, squirrels, rabbits, raccoons, and birds.
    The Park also has a dogs off-leash area, picnic sites, a firepit and even cricket and sports fields. Most trails are also available during winter months, but caution is sometimes required. A great place - year round
    Written July 3, 2021
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  • Richard-Roadman
    Heerhugowaard, The Netherlands401 contributions
    This a a perfect trail for runners or walkers to keep in shape. The path is paved and relativly flat. The path is also used by bikes so it can be a bit crowdy. Its a trail thru an green area squized between the river and highway. Because of the highwaynoise you won’t get that walking in nature feeling, but instead the upwards views of the Price Edward viaduct are very impressive. The path is part of the discoverywalks system from the Toronto cityboard. On their site are many more nice walks thru parts of the town. So looking for a walk of a few hours this might be your choice.
    Written October 14, 2019
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  • Tim H
    Lansing, MI43 contributions
    I passed by this park en route to the lakefront and I thought it was picturesque. My toddler enjoyed the 'big boats' and the fountains were nice too. It doesn't warrant going out of your way, but if walking in the area it's a nice place to stroll through, play around, and take some pictures!
    Written July 10, 2019
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  • NeilJ_88
    Toronto, Canada220 contributions
    A decent hike from Dundas West north to Dupont. Well-paved path. It is an industrial, gate-enclosed corridor with an over-abundance of tag graffiti. Shame, it could be much more naturalistic with the planting of trees. Not anything like the architect's drawings.
    Written April 7, 2021
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  • operalover939
    Toronto, Canada2,624 contributions
    Serena Gundy Park is relatively small, extending from Rykert Crescent at the western end to the parking lot on Leslie Avenue at the eastern end. Cyclists love it for its trails; walkers will enjoy the hike down the hill, past a picnic ground and a sports field to the bridge across the West Don River. As hikes go, the way down and back up is not very long, but it will test older people. In these Covid times it's well worth a visit.
    Written March 31, 2021
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