Guide to Cycling, Hiking and Walking Trails

Discover Wonders of Nature and Urban Landscape on More Than 1500 Kilometers of Trails Toronto Public Health routes and trails provides guides and resources for enjoying extensive trail networks. Find trails on waterfronts and throughout southern Ontario, waterfalls, topographic maps, clubs, videos, equipment, volunteer opportunities and much more.  Some available on smartphones. Sort Ontario trails by hiking, walking, trail cycling, geocaching, and more! Get to know Toronto … Continue reading Guide to Cycling, Hiking and Walking Trails

Active Toronto

Active Life in Toronto Free for All Toronto Public Health has put together a calendar of free activities and events for your active lifestyle.  From yoga, guided walks, music festivals, gardening and much in the great outdoors, there is something for people of all ages and abilities.  Search by type of activity. Where: various locations across Toronto. Search by location. When:  something going on everyday. … Continue reading Active Toronto

High Park Zoo

Small Up Close Zoo High Park Zoo is a laid back place to visit with small children to have an up close experience animals in a natural park setting.  Please don’t feed the animals or disturb them. If you want to experience feeding animals head to the llama pen weekends and statutory holidays 11:30 am to 2:00 pm (April until the end of October).  There is a small fee for … Continue reading High Park Zoo

Get to Really Know Toronto

Walk and Learn ROM (Royal Ontario Museum) walks are lead by knowledgeable guides who know the city’s neighborhoods, history, architecture, arts and cemeteries!  People of all ages including children are welcome.  Whether you live in Toronto or a visiting these tours are sure to provide you with interesting insights and facts about this great city Where:  all start and end points are accessible by public transportation … Continue reading Get to Really Know Toronto

Scarborough Museum

Rural Roots Exposed At the Scarborough Museum and grounds walk in the rural roots of the area in the this property first settled in 1798. Trace the story of two centuries of settlement and life in what is now Scarborough. Where:  1007 Brimley Road, Toronto. When:hours of operation vary by season. Cost: pay-what-you-can  during all hours of operation, except special events. Continue reading Scarborough Museum

Brainy Art

100 Works of Art to See at 50 Locations The Brain Project is a collection art to spark discussion and raise funds for Baycrest Heatth Sciences whose focus is the cognitive and emotional well being of older adults.  All art works and installations are based on the brain form. Where:  find a brain. When:  All day June 3 to August 31. Cost: free. Donations can the texted, with … Continue reading Brainy Art

Enjoy Canada Day Long Weekend!

YIPPEE!  It’s the Canada Day Long Weekend with So Much to Enjoy in Toronto blogTo has the best of what is on in Toronto this Canada Day long weekend laid out for you to choose from music, dance, fireworks, food, PRIDE, festivals and markets.  Fun for all ages! Where:  waterfront, parks, public squares.  See event links above for details. When:  morning to night time. Cost: most free … Continue reading Enjoy Canada Day Long Weekend!