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When we get a big snowfall, hit the trails on snowshoes or cross-country skis for a low-impact way to enjoy winter right here in the city.

Enjoy eight snow loops located at the five City-owned golf courses:

Washrooms are available within Golf Course Buildings.

City golf courses are accessible by TTC.

Crisscrossed with a network of trails, High Park is a great spot for beginners and families.

Watching the ferry break ice on the way to Toronto Island Park is a treat. From Wards Island, ski or snowshoe all the way to Centre Island. From Wards Island, ski or snowshoe all the way to Centre Island.

Check a few tips for going to Toronto Islands Park in the off-season.

Terrific views of the city can be had from the tip of Leslie Spit. There are more than 10 kilometres of trails to cover in Tommy Thompson Park.

Hidden gems of the Don Valley ravine system, Crothers Woods, Sun Valley, and Cottonwood Flats have combined kilometres worth of woodland trails.

A nine-kilometre adventure along Beltline Trail follows the path of Mud Creek in Moore Park Ravine.