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Thursday, September 23, 2010

Best Parks in Toronto for Viewing Autumn Leaves | Backpackers on Dundas

"You can start to see colour changes in the deciduous trees all over Toronto, now that the temperature has dropped and winter is right around the corner. Bright green leaves are turning into the reds, oranges and yellows that Canada is famously known for. There are parks all over the city and here’s a short list of the best ones to enjoy the stunning autumnal foliage:

High Park – High Park (1873 Bloor St., Toronto, ON) is the largest park in the city of Toronto, spanning 399 acres and has various attractions such as nature trails, bike paths, a museum, restaurant and a small zoo. It is one of the most significant natural sites in Toronto and its nature trails features oak and other deciduous trees. The fact that 1/3 of the site is in its natural state makes this park wonderful for enjoying the colours of fall."

Read further on this blog for mote suggested walks. For a full list of GTA trails see: http://www.ontariotrails.on.ca/trail-regions/greater-toronto-area/, then cross reference to City of Toronto area.