Located in Ontario, the hiking in Toronto is known for five fun and beautiful hiking routes. The best Toronto hiking based on popularity are considered to be Bruce Trail, Etobicoke Creek Trails, Durham Forest, Ganaraska Forest, and Dundas Valley Conservation Area. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Toronto hiking trail below.
Southwest of Toronto near Hamilton, the 1,200 hectare Dundas Valley Conservation Area has a 40 km section of the Bruce Trail. It is located along the Niagra Escarpment through rolling deciduous forests past several waterfalls.
Northeast of Toronto near Newcastle, the 11,000 acre Ganaraska Forest covers the Oak Ridges Morraine and has one of the most extensive hiking trails in southern Ontario. The main trailhead at the visitor centre is located near Kendal.