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Nature & outdoors

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section type iconNature

In the city

Scarborough Bluffs — This walking trail starts at Bluffers Park and stretches around lake Ontario.

High Park — Toronto's largest public park with hiking trails, dog parks, a greenhouse, picnic area and the beautiful Hillside Gardens.

Evergreen Brick Works — A park with easy walking and biking trails and amazing city views.

Humber River Recreation Trail

Rouge National Urban Park

Outside the city

Day trip (<1 hour drive from the city)

Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area — An eco-tourism area 50 mins' drive from Toronto. Check out the Nassagaweya and Bruce Trail Loop. This area is also home to ancient cedar trees that are over 800 years old. You'll need an online reservation to visit!

Thornton Bales Conservation Area — One of the most beautiful, but challenging, hikes close to Toronto.

Bruce Trail

Weekend trip (>1 hour drive from the city)

Niagara Falls — Only a 90-minute drive from Toronto! Busbud can take you there if you don't have a car.

Blue Mountain — Most people stay in Collingwood, which gives you an easy gateway to the ski resort.

Georgian Bay Islands National Park — This UNESCO Designated Biosphere can only be reached by boat. The area is great for camping, hiking and mountain biking. It's closed for the season but will reopen in March 2023.

Algonquin Provincial Park


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