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Rouge Hill - 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. Toronto - Asphalt mostly off-road trail, but with many street crossings in central area. In Sunnyside Park area, asphalt path for cyclists and in-line skaters and boardwalk for pedestrians.

Between Woodbine Beach and Balmy Beach, asphalt path for cyclists and in-line skaters and boardwalk for pedestrians. Scarborough - Waterfront Trail not in place although many pieces of Trail have been started and there are many beautiful and unique parks. The Scarborough Bluffs make this section of waterfront very hilly. Kingston Rd is a very busy road with no shoulders to accommodate cyclists. Parking: Adams Park parking lot.



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