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Long Branch - Waterfront Trail


The dynamic and exciting city of Toronto is a major urban gateway on Lake Ontario. It is home to tourist attractions such as the CN Tower, Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario and major theatre productions. Still there are many quiet, natural places to enjoy along the waterfront.

Toronto's Waterfront Trail can be divided into three sections: Etobicoke (west), Toronto (central) and Scarborough (east) based on municipal boundaries prior to the City's amalgamation. Parking: Marie Curtis Park - Lakeshore Rd. East, east of Dixie Rd.

Information provided by the Waterfront Trail website.



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