The Beltline Trail, Toronto, ON - Lunavoy
The Beltline Trail, Toronto, ON - Lunavoy
The Beltline Trail, Toronto, ON - Lunavoy
The Beltline Trail, Toronto, ON - Lunavoy
The Beltline Trail, Toronto, ON - Lunavoy
The Beltline Trail, Toronto, ON - Lunavoy
The Beltline Trail, Toronto, ON - Lunavoy
The Beltline Trail, Toronto, ON - Lunavoy
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The Beltline Trail, Toronto, ON

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The Beltline Trail

LocationBeltline Trail, Moore Park Ravine, Toronto, ON M4T 2A4 
Open hour: 24h, Monday to Sunday 
Peak hours: Often busy round 4-6pm

The Beltline Trail is a 9km path where walkers, joggers, and bikers can traverse the Toronto city from west to east, weaving in and out of neighbourhoods along midtown Toronto. The Beltline Trail today is the decades-long result of land purchased by the city from CN and track removal along the old rail space.

Using paths that are nearly exclusively car-free, the trail now runs just west of Caledonia all the way east to Bayview, then south, ending near Bloor. You'll cross scenic bridges and travel tree-lined paths as they lead you through areas like Rosedale, Forest Hill, Moore Park and detours through Evergreen Brick Works.
Through the first section of the Beltline, the York Beltline Trail, techinically starts near Caledonia off Bowie Avenue by the Castlefield Design District, the trail's most recognizable western entrance lies on Dufferin Street just under the old iron bridge. It's easy to spot the colourful tunnels and markers sticking up out of the ground, which were just implemented this year in May.
The Kay Gardner Beltline Trail is definitely the busiest of the Beltline, with more recreational joggers and bike riders making use of this very green part of the trail as it begins to slope south, parallel to Chaplin Crescent. Running through the richer neighbourhoods of Forest Hill and Chaplin Estates, you'll immediately see a difference in the residences which line the paths beyond the trees.

Meet-up Location: Beltline Trail, Moore Park Ravine, Toronto, ON M4T 2A4


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04/06/2020
Menghan G.
nice trip

It's a really popular, wide, well maintained trail that runs from close to Bloor and Sherbourne up to Mt. Pleasant cemetery and then up to Eglinton West station.