In addition to the regular weekday walking tour, there is a also a guided hike scheduled for Saturday mornings:
Saturday Morning Lite-Hikes
Take a Saturday morning this summer to explore Toronto’s unique urban trails and invigorating greenspace . All walks touch on wooded areas and/or parks in the city and begin and end at a subway station.
Saturday June 23rd – Hike to the Murals of Islington Village
When: 10:00 a.m.
Starting Point: Old Mill Subway Station. We’ll meet at the entrance near the fare booths. Look for Barb, she will be wearing a green neon scarf.
End Point: Islington Subway Station
Duration: Roughly 2 hours (all walks are between 8-10 kms)
Cost: $20 (online registration is required) ***Go for 2 walks and get the next one free
-from Old Mill station we walk north along the Humber river
-follow along Dundas and then through neighbourhood streets to Islington
-up and down the streets of Islington Village to view the murals
-end at Islington Station
Terrain: This walk is a mixture of park trails and neighborhood streets all to get us to Islington Village where there is a stunning display of murals on the sides of buildings commemorating the old town. There is also an excellent Turkish cafe right along this strip.
-weather appropriate clothing
-footwear with good grip
-snacks (if you think you might get hungry)
-umbrella or rain jacket if there is rain in the forecast
***future hikes will be posted by the Monday before the date of the hike