Toronto has 5 watersheds with trail networks for you to run, bike, hike, and even horseback ride! The trails wind through forests, across wildflower meadows and along rivers, wetlands and ponds. There are also waterfront trails and self-guided Discovery Walks. Herons, hawks, deer, rabbits, muskrats and butterflies are just some of the wildlife that you can find when you discover Toronto's trails.
Toronto’s popular Discovery Walks program consists of a series of self-guided walks that link city ravines, parks, gardens, beaches and neighbourhoods. Informative signage will help you experience an area’s heritage and environment.
You can now download the Parks & Trails Map (East, West) and the Toronto Gardens Map (East, West) featuring major trail access points, TTC connections, popular parks and gardens. The full colour map is available at community and civic centres.
Toronto’s natural surface trail network is a popular destination for mountain bikers, hikers, runners, dog-walkers, school and camp groups, nature enthusiasts, and other users.