Our Members know a million things about a million different places in Toronto – and they love to share this knowledge! Starting in Dec 2020, TFN Members have been submitting their most treasured points of interest in Toronto’s ravines & wilds. From these waypoints, our virtual walk leaders then craft unique and exciting walk routes designed to help you discover as many amazing things as possible over a pleasant wander in the great outdoors!
New Self-Guided Walks will be added regularly, so check back often for more to explore!
Our Latest Self-Guided Walks
Self-Guided Walk: Best 15 Minute Walk in the City - With some four-hundred identified species of wildflower, shrub, and tree to enjoy, and deep history stretching back to the earliest days of Toronto (York), this might be the best fifteen minute walk our city has to offer. Distance: 600m, circular routeDifficulty: Easy (paved path, mostly flat. One short staircase – see Waypoint #6 below)Washrooms: None Read More Self-Guided Walk: Ecological restoration in the Don - We enjoy thinking that our walks in Toronto’s natural areas are visits to remnants of wilderness that have endured centuries of city-building. However, after 200 years of growth, there is virtually no place in our city that’s not been transformed time and time again. Much of the natural heritage you enjoy is actually the result Read More