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Eastern Ravine and Beaches #2


Combining the footpaths of Glen Stewart Ravine with the Boardwalk connecting Beaches Park with Ashbridge's Bay Park, this pleasant walk is ideal for a sunny weekend day.

Most of the route follows the shore of Lake Ontario through the popular Beaches neighbourhood. Many will leave the boardwalk to amble through the sand.

The section in the ravine follows Ames Creek, one of the few remaining natural streams in the city. Part of what makes this trail unique is its connection to Lake Ontario Beaches and Toronto Waterfront at its base.

The R.C. Harris Water Filtration Plant at the walk's east end is famous for its Art Deco architectural style. This park is the second of two parks having the same name, Eastern Ravine and Beaches. Follow this link for the Eastern Ravine and Beaches Trail # 1.


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