The Best Hiking Trails in Toronto

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Toronto, ON. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


1873 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6R 2Z3

Since 1876

Hiking Trails, Sports Facilities, Diverse Vegetation, Beautiful Lakefront, Dog Park, Zoo, Walking Trails, Playgrounds for Children, Couple of Eateries, Events, Greenhouses & Picnic Areas

It spans 161 hectares (400 acres) - In 2016, over 12,000 visitors people took part in High Park Nature Centre programming - Area: 398 acres (161 ha)

Mon - Sun : Open 24 hours

I was participating in the Yoga in the park activity and my cousin suggested we walk around and enjoy ourselves. The park is absolutely amazing looking. There's a pond, hills for hiking and a Maple Leaf square with beautiful red flowers where the Yoga class was held. We saw the restaurant on our way back and decided to take advantage of the all day breakfast. The food was pretty good and so was the coffee.

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1 Leslie St, Toronto, ON M4M 3M2

Since 1974

Nature and Park, Trail Running, Walking Trails, Bicycling, Picnicking, Hiking, Rollerblading, Fishing, Guided Walk, Special Events & Baseland Trails

The park is located on a man-made peninsula known as the Leslie Street Spit which extends five km into Lake Ontario and is over 500 hectares in size

Mon - Fri : 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm Sat & Sun : 5:30 am - 9:00 pm

Most sunday mornings in spring and fall there are bird walks organised, I managed to get on one, there were only three of us including the guide, we saw some great birds and enjoyed a lovely walk, we ended our walk at the bird ringing station, well worth a visit and please leave them a donation, really nice people and very dedicated to their voluntary role.

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260 Dawes Rd, Toronto, ON M4C 5M8

Trail Running, Hiking Trails, Walking Trails, Cycling, Nature and Park, Picnic Areas, Washrooms, Snowshoeing & Backcountry

It follows a major tributary to the Forks of the Don River - Mature forests, scrub communities and marsh habitat support a diversity of wildlife and regionally rare plants

Mon - Sun : Open 24 hours

Taylor Creek Park is absolutely beautiful especially in the spring summer and fall. It's 20 minutes from downtown and it's like going to A wildlife refuge it's absolutely beautiful there's a trail going through it with bathrooms along the way little bridges over the creek. There's a pit. Will you can get a permit from the city to have 20 people and have a large bonfire super at night for the kids and families.

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