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Bicycle Trails

Explore Toronto by Bike 

There are numerous trails and pathways for cyclists to enjoy in and around Toronto.

Here are some of the more popular off road multi-use trails.


Humber Valley Trails Print E-mail


 The Humber River and valley area is one of Toronto's two main river and watershed systems. It has a long history, as an early native settlement area and as a strategic fort location. The Humber trail was used by natives and later early settlers as the key route between the upper great lakes, Lake Simcoe, and Lake Ontario.

Today the majority of the Toronto portion of the Humber is parkland, with paved trails running from the lakeshore all the way to the northern border of the city some 30 km away. Trails following the various branches of the river form some 50 km of bicycling trails, much of which are in excellent condition.

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Don River Valley Trails Print E-mail

Don River Valley TrailThe Don River valley winds its way through Toronto parks and conservation areas and provides an interesting glimpse into the history of the City of Toronto. It is easy to feel disconnected from the hustle and bustle of city life as nature takes over in an urban area.  

The Don Valley stretches 32 km from the Oak Ridges Moraine in the North and south to Lake Ontario and is an important watershed for the city .

There are numerous trails that branch off the multi-use paved trail, taking cyclists to city street access points or other adjacent parks. The Waterfront trail connects trail users to the Don Valley from the lakeside, southern start point.

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