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Leslie Street Spit Trail is a 6.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Toronto, Ontario, Canada that offers scenic views. The trail is rated as moderate and is primarily used for walking, running, and road biking.

Length 6.9 mi Elevation gain 111 ft Route type Loop
Wheelchair friendly Stroller friendly Road biking Walking Running Views No shade City walk No dogs
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Joe Geroux
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Nicole Epp
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lora Hiker
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Nicolas Bigaignon
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Road biking
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Lindsay Bond
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Hiteshika Sawhney
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Hiking

It is a beautiful trail with a lot of look out points - stroller friendly.. try and plan - so you can enjoy the sunset

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Lalith Kumar BN
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Hiking

Excellent trail with good markings, there is a light house at the halfway point, it’s secluded but you can get a good view of the toronto skyline. Exhausting so bring enough water & protein bars. Plan for a day activity there are lots of spots for just sitting with the family and picnic.

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Terrence Ho
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Hiking

Beautiful spacious trail!

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Nicolas Bigaignon
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Road biking

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Gerard Yee
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Road bikingGreat!

Fantastic really enjoyed the ride and the scenery

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Josh Best
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Grant B
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Road bikingGreat!
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Theresa Leitch
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Andrew Mayo
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Wendy Tam
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Road bikingBugsGreat!

Excellent family trail. Nothing too difficult but it is long for young kids.

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Lily Huang
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RunningNo shade

Decent payoff at midpoint of trail. Can be quite busy.

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Eric Anderson
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Bird Watching

great hike with lots of options to explore/modify length. Very busy on Saturday when I went. Bikes are prevalent which is kind of hazardous in some narrower parts of the walking path but mostly cyclists warn you when they're coming up behind.

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Amber Leigh Purnis
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Hiking

I recommend if you are going to walk to take the nature trails instead of the roads. It makes the walk feel like your not in the city. At the point of the split there is a light house which is pretty cool. Also a great view of the Toronto skyline.

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Reza Fakhteh
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Merv S
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Hiking

Probably easiest and fastest to cycle the park instead of walking it. There is a bridge that is closed during weekdays.

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Mayra Carlos
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Road bikingBugs

Lots of speed bumps, max speed of 20km/hr. Good for families with small kids. Amazing views!

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Tania Martinez Fundora
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Janelle B
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Road bikingBugsNo shade

Nice views of the city and a good place for mid-ride snack but there are a lot of flies and no shade.

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Lieveling Darling
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Hiking

This park is a wasteland of industrial garbage that makes me nauseous to look at.

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Michael Young
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Hiking

No dogs on Trail? Excellent. (Protect wildlife from dogs)

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Colin M
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Hiking

Seems a bit better suited for a bike than a hike but still offers lots of great views of the skyline, and a variety of birds, insects and plant life to see.

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Garret Henry
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Hiking

Some nice views of the skyline and the place has old construction rubble which gives it character. I tried hiking on the trails parallel to the main paved path, but some sections are just too bushy. Probably better to cycle than hike this place.

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Alex Guibord
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HikingNo shade

Boring walk. Better for biking.

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