Who knew that Toronto had such incredible greenspace! From hidden forests and creeks, to ponds and valleys, it's all right here, under your nose, just steps away from the concrete jungle. Don't miss out. Guided tours run weekdays at 10 am from Davisville Subway station. Register online at http://www.torontowalking.com/booking/
Toronto is a city built on ravines so one is never far from a pocket of greenspace. Summer is a wonderful time to explore these areas, to get some shade from the heat, to immerse in nature, and to rejuvenate body and soul. Join a Saturday morning Lite Hike, (there is a different route each Saturday) to explore the urban trails. For details visit http://www.torontowalking.com/additional-hikes/
Spring is finally here. The flowering trees are starting to bud and the city has turned green overnight! This is a wonderful time of year to be out on the trails. Don't miss out. Join Spring Lite hikes on Saturday mornings and discover Toronto's remarkable greenspace. http://www.torontowalking.com/additional-hikes/
The Saturday morning winter hikes were so successful that Toronto Walking will be continuing them for Spring. Come out Saturday April 21st for the Lawrence Loop and enjoy the great woods in this part of Toronto. For further details visit http://www.torontowalking.com/additional-hikes/
Because of all the rain and freezing rain in the forecast for this weekend, Saturday's hike is canceled. The Lawrence Loop hike will run on April 21st instead.
The snow has melted, there are rain showers in the forecast and mallard ducks are taking up residence in the lakes and ponds. Sure signs that spring is on its way. Join Saturday morning Lite-Hikes starting April 7th to explore the plentiful wild spaces in the city and observe the early greening. http://www.torontowalking.com/additional-hikes/
Winter is really hanging on this year. Make the most of it. A light coat of snow really brightens up the trails and provides great effects for photos. The waterways are finally starting to thaw and yet there are still a few ponds that are frozen over. Come out for some fresh air, contemplation, and peaceful walking.
This Saturday morning's ramble will be passing through Riverdale Farm. It is always nice to experience a little bit of country in the city. Come on out! For details and to register visit http://www.torontowalking.com/additional-hikes/
Very cool fish skull that washed up on Sunnyside beach. Who knew there are fish out there equipped with such incredible chops! This looks like something Georgia O'Keefe would have painted. Three more Saturday Morning Rambles left. Come on out and see what you’ll discover. For details and to register visit http://www.torontowalking.com/additional-hikes/
There are some gorgeous murals by artist Phillip Cote along the paths in King's Mill Park . This public art was commissioned for the Pan Am Path, an 80 km trail meant to connect walking and cycling paths across the city. Come out and have a look at them on this week's Saturday Morning Ramble! For details: http://www.torontowalking.com/additional-hikes/