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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5 days ago

Free parking at the camp ground, this was the perfect trail. Great length, easy to walk, plenty to see!
Definitely will visit again!

My dog and I loved this trail. The whole rouge valley actually is just a great place to be outside! Definitely will do again!

Pretty busy trail, was under construction when we were there. But definitely beautiful and in a great location!
Not everyone has their dogs leashes, so be cautious of that if trekking with a pooch!

It's more about walking than hiking and can be busy on the weekend. Paved path. If you go at the right time in the Fall, you see the fish swimming upstream.

Absolutely loved this trail.
The trail head at Moore Ave is kind of hidden and not signed at all. It's on the south side of the street. Look for the "Mount Pleasant Visitation Centre" sign on the north side of the street as a landmark; trailhead is directly across from there.
This is a great trail! Beautiful wooded area with rivers/creeks and tons of stuff to see and explore with kids. We went with a group of 8 adults and 8 kids (ages 2.5 - 7 yrs old) and this trail was perfect length and difficulty. Bonus is that we went on Sunday so at the exact halfway point, the brickworks farmer's market was happening so you can get delicious food. We stayed there for a while and then just hiked the same trail back. We didn't technically do the "loop" in that sense.
Will do it again!!!!
Oh - I haven't mastered using this app to find my way in trails so i just asked ppl if I was going the right way towards the brickworks.

I see some lovely photos of this trail - can someone tell me where along the trail I can find these unpaved areas? I want to avoid the paved paths and urban parks...

Perfect length and difficulty for a decent workout

It's nice but it's not a hike. It's a crowded walk on a paved road. Lots of cyclists on the same path and you have to move out of the way often.

hiking
18 days ago