Ravines provide many important ecological services and recreation opportunities. Explore the beauty that runs through the city core.
A beautiful photography book that explores complex relationship between Toronto’s public wilderness spaces and civic life.
Biodiversity Booklets on the city's birds, bees, butterflies, fish, spiders, and mammals helps reconnect people with the natural world.
Preserving the environmentally significant qualities of these areas.
Trails, or multi-use trails, are used by pedestrians, cyclists, in-line skaters and others.
Looking to go fishing or boating in Toronto?
Bluffs stretch 15 km along Lake Ontario and its parks offer spectacular views, trails, beaches, gardens, sports and recreation facilities and more.