Nature Trails near Toronto - Westside, Ontario

Toronto Westside

General boundary: Sorauren Avenue to Spadina Avenue; Bloor Street West to Gardiner Expressway

This trendy part of town includes some of the city’s hottest haunts, including the entertainment district of Queen St. West, with its clubs, lounges, cafés, restaurants and bar scene. Trendy Ossington Village beckons with its hipster craft cocktail bars, as does the patio-heavy Liberty Village. Little Portugal combines a classic ethnic enclave with millennial revitalization, resulting in an eclectic and exciting mix of gift shops, salons, cafés, bars and restaurants. The westside is also home to arty, iconoclastic West Queen West, deemed by Vogue magazine to be the second hippest district in the world, thanks to its galleries, coffee shops, dynamic food choices and indie retail scene. Finally, in a city known for having more than one Chinatown, westside is home to the best known, most central and most Instagram-friendly one.

City of Toronto!
Welcoming over 40 million visitors annually, Toronto is the leading tourism destination in Canada. This bold, dynamic city offers superb attractions, music and events backed by the best convention and sports facilities in Canada.
Toronto offers a wide variety of tourism options:
Music, film, sports, cultural, entertainment, performing arts, festival and events, international cuisine, parks and recreation, first-rate accommodations, and shopping, including 7 professional sports teams, 8,000 restaurants, more than 500 live music venues, more than 50 tour operators and over 100 attractions.

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Garrison Creek Discovery Walk

Although you can begin the Garrison Creek Discovery Walk at any point along the route, a good starting point is Christie Pits Park, across the street from the Christie Subway Station. The route leads you along the now-buried Garrison Creek valley from the park down to...