Beautiful Bike Trails of Toronto and Surrounding Area
Betty Sutherland Trail Park
The Betty Sutherland Trail is located along the parts of the East Don River near Sheppard Avenue and Leslie Street. It’s a perfect location for a stroll where you can see the Don and amazing variety of wildlife.
As stated on their website, the Park is one of a series of parks along this trail and the East Don River. Bird watching is a popular pastime within the Park and along the Trail.
Moore Park Ravine
In Moore Park Ravine you can enjoy a long walk or a bike riding in a lush, tree-lined stretch of land that offers one of the most beautiful nature environments. The trails at Moore Park Ravine are mostly flat and perfect for a relaxed stroll.
As stated on the website, making up the last leg of the nine-kilometre Beltline Trail—which extends through the city from west to east—the ravine runs from the Mount Pleasant Cemetery down to Evergreen Brickworks.
Sunnyside Bike Park
Sunnyside Bike Park offers various outdoor activities within Toronto for people of all ages. The trails in Sunnyside Bike Park run parallel to the north side of Lakeshore Boulevard between Colborne Lodge Road and Ellis Avenue. It offers a variety of riding features: pumptracks, jump lines, skills trail, a large drop and a wall ride.
As stated on the website, this park has been designed to offer challenges to beginners and advanced riders alike. There’s a variety of riding features and ways to develop off-road cycling skills. There is a roundabout off Ellis Avenue for pick-up and drop-off.
Taylor Creek Park
Taylor Creek Park is a place for outdoor activities fans. Take a hike discovering a true nature or bring your bike and enjoy a long journey through this park. The trail offers 182 acres of lush forest, a babbling riverway and amazing natural beauty.
According to the website, here you can take your time and notice the trees, plants and wildlife that are found in Taylor Creek Park. This is a linear park that begins at Don Mills Road in the west and wanders to Dawes Road in the east. There are vehicle parking lots at either end of the park.
Crothers Woods offers a 10km of natural trails where you can walk in silence or ride your bike while enjoying the spectacular view of the Toronto skyline. This 52-hectare park is generally bordered by Pottery Road to the South and Millwood Bridge to the northeast.
As stated on the website, Crothers Woods offers approximately 9 km of multi-use, one-metre wide natural surface (dirt) trails. These trails include some steep sections and are rated as intermediate level trails.
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