Don Valley MTB trails is a 14.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Toronto, Ontario, Canada that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for trail running and mountain biking and is best used from March until December.
The Don Valley trails are mostly for intermediate to advanced mountain bikers, but there are some beginner trails. There are multiple trailhead - some trails are not officially open, so check the city maps located at many of the trailheads.
Lots of great trails in this whole system.
Great for a fall hike to see some spectacular colours. The paved trails are good for all ability types. The wooded trails and neighbouring abandoned railway, quite beautiful but slightly more challenging, link up to the Evergreen Brickworks to enjoy a nice coffee and scenery before you make your way back. It's a regular favourite of ours.
Went MTBing here. The green/easy trails are pretty, running along the river and the train tracks and were easy enough. The blue/intermediate trails were on the more advanced side of intermediate. I've rode on intermediate trails all over the country and I had trouble on parts of it and had to walk my bike. Lots of steep inclines and downhills. Overall very pretty and lots of fun but if you are still getting your feet wet then stick to the green/easy trails.
Great dog walk...
a bit loud on stretch following the Don Valley parkway...
where you are sandwiched between the Don River and the parkway..
runs from Taylor Creek park to River Street...