Category Archives: Greater Toronto Area

Forks of the Credit Provincial Park Hiking Trails You’ll Love

Forks of the Credit Provincial Park

Forks of the Credit Provincial Park has amazing hiking trails that are wonderful in all seasons. It’s a great park if you’re looking for some exercise outdoors, the chance to view a gorgeous waterfall, and nature hikes along the river. From vast meadows to stunning escarpment views, the Forks of the Credit trails have really […]

Erindale Park Trails: Amazing Hiking and Nature in Mississauga

Erindale Park

Erindale Park is a beautiful park in Mississauga, Ontario with many hiking trails along the Credit River. As one of Mississauga’s most popular parks, I was surprised to find that there’s not much clear information about the Erindale Park trails online. As the park is only a short drive from my home, I set out […]

Snowshoeing in Toronto: The Best Winter Hiking Near Toronto

Snowshoeing in Toronto

There are lots of places to go snowshoeing in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area that will keep you active and outdoors all winter long. Toronto winter hiking opportunities are plentiful, whether you wear sturdy hiking boots or a pair of snowshoes. You’ll find that snowshoes will help you trek through deep snow and even […]

Cheltenham Badlands: The Amazing Mars-Like Landscape in Ontario

Cheltenham Badlands

The Cheltenham Badlands are one of the most unique natural features in Ontario. While this was once a little known gem of the region, it’s now one of the most instantly recognizable landscapes in the province. This exposed red Queenston shale terrain is like no other in the region. It’s likely a bit of a […]

Moore Park Ravine Trail: A Peaceful Forest Retreat In Toronto

Moore Park Ravine Trail

You don’t need to go very far from Toronto to hike through nature, and the Moore Park Ravine Trail is an excellent example of that. I’ve highlighted some of my favourite Toronto hiking trails on this hiking blog and I’m proud that these midtown Toronto trails in this article have made the cut. Not only […]

Warden Woods Hiking Trails: The Gus Harris Trail in Toronto

Warden Woods

You might have heard about the Scarborough Bluffs, but have you heard about Warden Woods and the Gus Harris Trail? Warden Woods is another fantastic place to go hiking in Scarborough. It’s an entirely different experience from Bluffer’s Park as it’s not on Lake Ontario, but it’s a lovely park alongside a pretty little creek. […]

Glen Stewart Ravine: Toronto’s Beautiful Boardwalk Path Through the Forest

Glen Stewart Ravine Toronto

The Glen Stewart Ravine is a hidden forest escape in the middle of Toronto. For those living in the city, it’s proof that you don’t need to travel far to go on a short hike through nature. On the Glen Stewart Park Trail, there’s an expansive boardwalk across a protected forested area where you’ll quickly […]

Wahoosh Falls: A Hidden Waterfall in Mississauga, Ontario

Wahoosh Falls Mississauga

Have you heard of Wahoosh Falls? Hamilton might be the City of Waterfalls, but you don’t need to travel that far from Mississauga or Toronto to chase waterfalls. In fact, there’s a beautiful waterfall right here in Mississauga. It’s called Wahoosh Falls and it’s so easy to visit. While it doesn’t involve very much hiking, […]

Claireville Conservation Area: A Little Known Place to Hike in Brampton

Claireville Conservation Area

Claireville Conservation Area is a park managed by the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. While I’ve gone hiking on several Mississauga hiking trails, I have to admit that this was my first time going hiking in Brampton. While this trail isn’t exactly in the middle of nature (there are nearby buildings and road noise on […]

10 Best Mississauga Hiking Trails: Amazing Trails in Mississauga

Mississauga Hiking Trails

Did you know that there are some incredible Mississauga hiking trails to visit that don’t involve leaving the city at all? There are so many lists online that talk about the best hikes in Mississauga. And then…the hikes aren’t even in Mississauga! I don’t want to write about hiking in Burlington, Milton, Campbellville, or anywhere […]