Explore the most popular trails near Toronto with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.


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1 day ago


trail running
1 day ago

visit there from time to time. This time I do a trail running in circle with bunny run on the other side 2 weeks ago again. Some places are still wet, muddy and tree fell in 2 places. also some wood small bridges path has some losses. MTB, run or hiking if you don't mind some mud and a little bit off trail. Bunny run on the east side of the river is nice and dry.

Nice boardwalk; plenty of parking at 10am; easy access to beach; many dogs were off leash on the beach. Bike trail parallel to boardwalk; access to washrooms ( some closed for the season). Western end was more scenic with views of the city and more of a hikers trail compared to the Eastern boardwalk area. A bit crowded in the boardwalk area. Less crowded in the trail areas.

This was a pretty good trail, keep in mind this is in winter with feet of snow on the ground, cross-country skiiers were out there. Great for all types, easy trail, well owen in paths and the loop that goes through moore park to the brickworks is a great workout at about 7km.

For what and where it is, beautiful spot year round. On rare occasion you might even spot some interesting wildlife! Trail is super easy, definitely not “moderate”

18 days ago

Beautiful walking!

18 days ago

Easy and scenic for Toronto!

A long walk, flat and concrete, nice views though. Very hot on a hot day, no shade.

I love this trail. There is ample parking and a few porta potties along the route.
The trail is flat and well maintained. If you are nervous about walking alone in the woods...this trail is for you. It’s clear and there are many friendly hikers around. This doesn’t mean that you won’t see any wildlife. There are many birds including owls, coyote scat, and snakes in summer. A lovely urban-type hike.

Beautiful trail!

Near where I grew up. I swam in the radioactive waters basically my whole life so I’m fucked but it’s home.

1 month ago

Great trail but doesn’t make sense that there is no parking at the north end, especially with all that land, not thought out well whatsoever to be inviting. That being said a great hike whether you want to do the whole thing or just half with young kids.

Beautiful walking trail in the winter with spots to stop off and watch birds.

Very easy walk, with many deer sightings in the early mornings. Plenty of birds, rabbits, and signs of beaver everywhere. Some noise from nearby highways, but for a city trail, the wildlife is impressive.

2 months ago

Great during all seasons, lots to see and a decent variation of elevation

2 months ago

beautiful scenery in the winter time. easy trail with variety and multiple paths. campground parking was the best option for us, great hills and sledding spots.

3 months ago

Nice trail, easy to navigate and level easy terrain. A couple of small hills throughout but completely manageable. This trail can be connected to many other trails south of Twyn Rivers Drive (all part of the same park) south of Twyn Rivers is much prettier scenery and takes you through more forested areas. Trail got fairly busy by about 9:30am on a Sunday. Also there is NO parking to enter the Cedar Trail at the north end, off of Morningside, the only place to park is on the south end off of Twyn Rivers Drive (there is a parking lot) Also NOTE: there were lots of black legged ticks in early December. We had to pick them off ourselves and the dogs.

Lovely fall walking, benches along the way to stop for a break.

Good for rollerblading

Nice to watch the salmon run.

Nice walk along the Don. Nice for rollerblading.

4 months ago

hiked this trail several times and I always see someone new

Great local wooded trail, other then the sound of the odd lawnmower from the houses on the top of the ravine you feel like you're in the middle of much larger forest. I went on a colder fall morning so there wasn't much traffic....definitely going back

Fun and adventurous trail!

Great for beginners. Nice swim after the hike.

trail running
4 months ago

Went Trail Running quite a few time (at least 5 times) over there in Winter and Summer. I only met one Trail Runner so far. 85% are MT Bikers. and 10% are hikers. Most of people bike/run/hike over the west side trail over because it is longer and connect to Crother Wood, Brick Works and then Lower Don Trail and so many trails and park. If you run slow like over 6:30 you shouldn't have problem. Part of the elevation is high and run is narrow, but yeah, just respect the trail and you should be fine. it is pretty now in the fall Sept to Oct. Rather I recommend the east side over the ET Seton park from Arrow shooting yard to the ET Seton park #3 park lot. It's elevation is higher. BTW, great scenes and challenging running.

4 months ago

The trail map shown here is not accurate for the stretch between Bloor St and Dundas St. There is no access (at least not visible) around the creek and the trail map would actually indicate walking on the private golf course, which we did not see as possible. The stretch fro the West Mall to the Queensway is not along the creek at all.

5 months ago

Not what we expected, the scenery isn’t what Ian into . Wouldn’t recommend

very good trail.

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