Looking for a great trail near Toronto, Ontario? AllTrails has 55 great trail running trails, hiking trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area or Albion Hills Conservation Area, we've got you covered. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 34 easy trails in Toronto ranging from 0.8 to 19 miles and from 246 to 626 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
13 days ago

mini hike

hiking
14 days ago

a lot of snow on trail. in places where others hiked, fairly easy to traverse. hike tracking got cut short.

hiking
snow
20 days ago

Went on a snowy day. There can be a lot to do here besides hiking. A lot of the nearby residents walked their dogs here. The majority of the ones who didn't were cross country skiing. There were also a lot of family sledding down hills in the park itself.

The hike itself was a fairly straightforward river side trail with little variation or change in elevation. There are a few bridges interspersed throughout the river that offers some nice vistas looking down the river. The trail itself can be pretty slippery in winter so watch out for that.

hiking
20 days ago

Rouge (Jan. 27/19)

trail running
29 days ago

Nice if you get out early - sadly lots of dog owners with no respect for leash rules .. really frustrating to be chased and jumped on by dogs. Nice tho if you can’t get out of town to other trails

hiking
snow
29 days ago

1 month ago

Nice forested walk with litigation side trails to explore.

hiking
1 month ago

I always shit in the bushes on this trail, never forget to leave your mark! If it dries properly you might be able to show your kids in 10 years, you know, show em that you left a mark on this world and you’re not completely worthless! It’s a brilliant little trail, will visit again.

hiking
1 month ago

Yes very good trail, I like to dump in the bushes to leave my mark. No one will know it is me but it’s nice to know I left something to commemorate my little hike :) life’s good. Will visit again

on Cedar Trail

hiking
1 month ago

*Don't go to parking coordinate there is no parking there. You'll need to park near the Vista Trail head off of Zoo Road 43°49'05.8"N 79°10'21.7"W there is parallel side of road parking during the off season. But not available during the summer months (read signs carefully). From there choose your hike as a number of trails connect from here. Park maps: http://www.rvcc.ca/Rouge_Park_Hiking_Trails.html

Also it can be pretty noisy in sections due to traffic. Hope that helps!

extremely boring. From every point one can see houses from the trail. it is very easy. quite a disappointment, in short. I visited on Christmas day. lots of people.

nice view from the cliffs.

The trail is easy to get to for folks who live in Toronto. It was a bit noise with city sounds, but it was nice to see lots of families out with their kids, even in December!

2 months ago

Great relaxing hike with awesome changes of scenery.

trail running
2 months ago

The route shown on the map actually includes the Riverside Trail (which has not been maintained) but continues to be very popular with trail runners. The Mast Trail Loop being bounded between the Little Rouge Creek & Rouge River enjoys ridges that overlooks these waterways. As a result numerous secondary trails exist that create challenging hill climbs from the low lying areas to the tops of he ridges. The former Caper Valley Ski hill is just one of them. These primary and secondary trails if linked correctly create a challenging 10 km loop with six aggressive hill climbs.

Parts of this trail are very interesting but it is almost all paved and there is too much time walking on roadways. The trail was closed in a couple places forcing us back onto roads. Probably a good route to bike.

2 months ago

A nice foested trail that makes you feel like you are in a remote area and not the city. Some parts of the route are closed so route adjustments may be necessary.

There are two big hill to go up. The one with the wide steps is awkward to climb. Difficult if you are 86 years old.

A beautiful walking trail along the river/Creek. There is an abundance of bird life, apparently coyotes but I've not had the pleasure of seeing one. It is a heavily cycled trail and folks go fast even though it's narrow and rarely warn walkers of their approach so stay alert.

Nice stroll, not many people.

This is my go to trail, being minutes from my home. Ideal for walking, biking and inline skating in some areas. I've spotted many deer, hurons, egrets, cormorants, coyotes, rabbits, otters, beavers snapping turtles, toads and snakes over the years. Even in the winter, deer like to come out of the woods, so always have your camera ready. Photo opps galore.

Did this walk on Oct 21, 2018 and I enjoyed it very much. There were two paths: one for pedestrians and one for cyclists. Very nice. I will definitely go again.

Nice trail

Beautiful trail in the heart of the city. Family friendly with lots to do in and around the area.

walking
3 months ago

Wonderful view!
Late October weather was cold and windy, but the view was beautiful. The fall foliage season brought so much colour to the trees.

I love the Bluffs! First time seeing them in fall colours.

Excellent paved trail in the middle of the city. Stroller friendly for families with little ones. You will come across a lot of friendly people and some wildlife.

walking
3 months ago

I haven't finished the entire trail yet but definitely intend to. The sound of the DVP isn't favourable but the trail itself is very versatile.

started at brickworks and headed up to mount pleasant where path is paved and flat (i.e. many families and strollers). coming back down through balfour park is not stroller friendly at all for about 1km, then there is a split, where a paved trail can be rejoined.

This is a perfect getaway close to downtown, both for walking and jogging, and with a bit of detour also for biking.

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