Trails, or multi-use trails, are used by pedestrians, cyclists, in-line skaters and more. Some are part of the bikeway network, some are paved and some are not. Explore and find your new favourite respite from the city streets.

The west section of the Toronto trails system span the area from Humberwoods Park to Sunnybrook Park.

Download the Trails Map – West


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The east section of the Toronto trails system span the area from Sunnybrook Park to Rouge Park.

Download the Trails Map – East


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All multi-use pathway users have a responsibility to be considerate and respectful of all park/trail users. The following tips are provided to help ensure that all pathway users have an enjoyable and safe experience:

  • Trails are multi-use and bi-directional unless otherwise posted. Cyclists must yield to pedestrians – slow down, communicate, and be prepared to stop. Give trail users going uphill the right of way.
  • Faster trail users should pass on the left and keep to the right when on the trail.
  • Only pass when it is safe to do so and the trail is wide enough.
  • When riding a bike, let people know you are approaching by ringing your bell or giving a friendly greeting.
  • Dogs should be kept on a leash in parks, except in designated off-leash areas.
  • Pick up after your pet. Do not allow your dog to disturb wildlife or trample vegetation.
  • To protect the pathways and parks, stay on the trail and don’t litter.
  • According to the Parks By-law, trail users including cyclists and rollerbladers and skateboarders should not exceed the speed of 20km/h when travelling in a park.
  • If the pathway is busy with pedestrians, consider walking instead of cycling, rollerblading or skateboarding. The trail will be signed to notify trail users that they must yield to pedestrians.
  • Put garbage in bins. Do not damage, cut or remove any vegetation – alive or dead.

Symbols you will see on the trails

Caution signCaution

Carry Out What You Carry InCarry Out What You Carry In

Stay on the Trails sign Stay on the Trails

Respect the Weather and Trail Conditions signRespect the Weather and Trail Conditions

Share the trail sign Share the Trail

Control your pet signControl Your Pet