The Humber River Trail
The Humber River Recreational Trail (or Humber Trail) is a popular paved and signed multi-use trail in west Toronto that runs north-south along the Humber River, from Lake Ontario in the south to Steeles Avenue in the north. From tip-to-tip it is nearly 25 km long. The Humber Trail (alternatively known as the William Granger […]Read more..
Liberty Village to Mimico
21K loop out and back. Lakeshore West view at turn around point. Route contributed by @mo14tarekRead more..
Rosedale Valley Trail
For those who live in the downtown core or West Toronto, the Rosedale Valley feels like a kind of eastern boundary in the city – one of the last roads to the east before reaching the Don Valley Parkway (DVP). But the East Toronto neighbourhoods lie beyond the DVP boundary, making the Rosedale Valley an […]Read more..
High Park is way more than selfie crowds and cherry blossoms. With over 400 acres of mostly natural park space, High Park is a beloved Toronto landmark that was first opened to the public in 1876. Amidst the beauty of the Humber River, High Park is best known among runners for its steep inclines. There […]Read more..
The Beltline Trail
If you live in Midtown Toronto, chances are you’ve heard of the Beltline Trail. The Beltline Trail was established in 1989 and was built on the former Toronto Belt Line Railway. The 9km trail actually consists of three sections and each has a different name. If you’re on the West end, the York Beltline Trail […]Read more..
The Martin Goodman Trail
A go-to favourite for runners of Toronto, the Martin Goodman Trail (often lovingly referred to as “the MGT”) stretches nearly 20 km along the Toronto waterfront, from Mimico in the west to the Beaches in the east. If you were to start in the west and run east, you would first encounter the beautiful Humber […]Read more..