Nature Trails near Toronto - Midtown, Ontario

Toronto Midtown

General boundary: Christie Street to Sherbourne Street; St. Clair Avenue to Bloor Street

Midtown contains a certifiably eclectic array of districts. There’s tony Bloor-Yorkville with its luxury boutiques, high-end spas and exclusive restaurants. Then there’s the youthful boho vibe of the University of Toronto (U of T) and Annex community, home to many of the city’s students, profs and cultural cognoscenti. Avid foodies and in-the-know shoppers head to Koreatown for its BBQ restaurants, and K-beauty boutiques. Midtown is also home to the Ontario legislature, at Queen’s Park.

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...