Nature Trails near Toronto - High Park, Ontario

Toronto High Park

General boundary: Sorauren Avenue to Humber River; Dundas Street West to Lake Ontario

Once a pleasantly sleepy community of European immigrants, the High Park area has evolved over the past couple decades into an enclave for educated, affluent Gen X and millennials to raise their families in befittingly organic style. For visitors that means Roncesvalles Village’s trove of foodie-approved casual restaurants, health food stores and gourmet shops. “Roncey” is also known for its indie gift shops, fashion boutiques and yoga studios. Further north, the Junction is another hit with smart, young Torontonians, but with an edgier, artier vibe, and replete with small galleries, vintage shops and coffee bars. The heart of the neighbourhood is the sprawling, leafy High Park, home to a small zoo, an extensive trail network, adventure playgrounds, a leash-free dog park and scenic pond.

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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Lambton House Hotel & Lower Humber River Discovery Walk

The Lambton House Hotel & Lower Humber River Discovery Walk leads you on a loop through the lower Humber River valley between Dundas Street and Bloor Street. Although you can begin this walking tour at any place along the route, a good starting point is the...

Western Ravines & Beaches Discovery Walk

Although you can begin the Western Ravines & Beaches Discovery Walk at any point along the route, a good start and end point is the High Park subway station (see top of map). After leaving the station, the route leads you into High Park. Afterwards, you can wander...