Explore the best 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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7 days ago

Went for a nice family walk here. A number of joggers and dog walkers. There's a little creek (unsurprisingly), which is fun for kids to look at and putter around near.

It is very pretty at the beach and by the sandy cliffs but this definitely easier, shorter, and less exciting than I was expecting. It was more a stroll on a beach than a hike. There wasn't any elevation at all really.

22 days ago

Lots of great trails in this whole system.

Don Valley trails, get's a bit more open and less green as you continue towards the water. Good for long runs.

1 month ago

Continues from Taylor Creek Park and connects to other trails. Great for running/training.

One of the more visibly interesting natural spaces in the Toronto area. High cliffs and nice beaches.

Mainly a nice boardwalk stroll. The East end of the city is a slower pace which can be great.

1 month ago

Decent trail, easily accessible from Victoria Park or Warden station (TTC - subway). Currently the trail and river system is being worked on (May 2016)

I love the Leslie Spit, whether for running or walking or finding unexpected nature in the heart of the city. The Leslie Spit is a landscape of contrasts, nature digging it's way out of industrial cast offs.

Definitely a hidden (in plain sight) gem.

1 month ago

Nice long trail, great for a run, connects with the trails in the Don Valley.

Very nice short trail from Moore Ave to the Brickworks. Gorgeous colour in the fall.

Nice park and marina area with steep cliff views.

Amazing park!

2 months ago