Parks & Pathways

Tobogganing Toronto
Guide to Tobogganing Hills in Toronto (*Updated for 2022-2023)

Toronto is a tobogganing kind of town: we don’t have mountains or a fancy skating canal or enough snowfall to build a long-standing structure, but what we do have is hills, hills and more hills. Due to geographic elements (ravines carved into the ground by flowing rivers from the Canadian
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Winterlit: An Illuminated Walk Through the Woods

Bask in the natural beauty of Mountsberg Conservation Area (in Campbellville, north of Burlington) this winter by taking an illuminated walk in the woods at Winterlit, where trails sparkle brightly for a combined distance of approximately 1.5 kilometres. Along the way, enjoy art installations, musical performances and fires for warming
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Parks Pathways Hiking
The Best Parks and Pathways for Hiking in Toronto

Toronto has some of the best parks and pathways that are easily accessible despite being a sprawling urban metropolis! The GTA is home to extensive trail networks that offer a variety of trail types and experiences. There are multi-use trails, natural trails, discovery walks and hundreds of wonderful parks to
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A Taste of Farm Life at Riverdale Farm

Riverdale Farm makes it feel like you’re actually in the country, instead of in the heart of Toronto. Get a taste of farm life on their beautiful 7.5 acre property, which boasts impressive gardens and adorable animals like horses, goats and chickens. Stop to smell the flowers along the way,
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Get Outside With Kortright Centre For Conservation

Time outside is always time well spent. Explore the natural woodlands of Kortright Centre for Conservation, just 10 minutes north of Toronto. Not only is Kortright a beautiful outdoor oasis, but they also offer educational programs, workshops and events for people of all ages. Kortright Centre For Conservation When: Daily
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High Park Zoo
High Park Zoo is a Free Community Gem

Toronto is home to a rare free family fun gem, High Park Zoo. While it began with just deer in 1893, this community zoo has expanded to include several other areas to home animals around the world. Take a stroll to wander and learn about the bison, llamas, peacocks, emus, barbary
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