What you'll do
Explore one of Toronto's wildest ravines. On this easy walking tour, you will learn how one of Toronto's unique features was formed during the last Ice Age. Hear fascinating tales of local history, see wildlife, and learn about the trees and flowers that flourish in this hidden world of Toronto's valleys. The walk ends at The Brick Works, a park and sustainable development project, where you will have an opportunity to see turtles, waterfowl and explore a farmers' market (on Saturdays and Sundays). You can also enjoy coffee, tea, locally-brewed craft beer and a meal on a patio (in good weather).
Ian was editor-in-chief of Canadian Geographic magazine where he published numerous award-winning articles on environmental issues. He has also written features for National Geographic. He has had a life-long passion for wildlife and nature conservation, and has studied biology and geology. He has led walks for Heritage Toronto and the Academy for Lifelong Learning.
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Where you'll be
On this walking tour you will have a chance to visit a hidden gem -- one of the wildest natural areas in the heart of Toronto. The walk ends with a tour of the restored wetlands at The Brick Works, which is a showcase for sustainable development. There is a restaurant at the Brick Works where you can buy a hot drink and freshly baked snacks. Or you can have a gourmet lunch.
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Sat, 24th Aug From 10:30 to 13:30.
£25 per person
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Up to 10 guests ages 18 and up can attend.
This walk is not suitable for children. I have tried taking kids, but the distance is too long for them, and they get bored. Since we want to observe wildlife, this walk is not suitable for dogs.
Explore Toronto's secret ravines