Are you looking for a fun hiking trail in the Toronto area? We’ve got you covered! Check out any of these easy to moderate hikes to fully enjoy the outdoors before it gets too cold.
West Humber River Recreation Trail
If you want to stay within the city and take an urban hike around the area, head to the West Humber River Recreation Trail. This 19-km trail extends past all kinds of fun spots like scenic waterways, beautiful bridges, and wooded patches. Because the pathways are paved, this is a great option for hikers of all ages and abilities.
Scarborough Bluffs Trail
With views akin to southern California, the Scarborough Bluffs Trail is an ideal way to forget your troubles and enjoy nature. Thanks to its proximity to the water, you can easily peel off from the end of your hike to the nearby marina for boating, fishing, and other adventures!
Joker’s Hill Trail
For a little more of a challenge, head to Joker’s Hill Trail in the Thornton Bales Conservation Area. While you won’t find sweeping views of cliffs or water on this trail, you’ll still encounter beautiful wildlife and plants on this 2.9-km hike. Not to mention, there’s plenty of shade along the way so you don’t have to walk in direct sunlight.
Where are your favourite hikes in the area? Let us know the next time you stop by and see us at Downtown Lincoln in Toronto, Ontario.