Etobicoke Creek

Etobicoke Creek near Toronto, ON


This trail was given a rating of 4 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 4 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 4 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 4 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 4 out of 5 stars
4 kms
2hours
moderate
Mountain Biking, Cross Country Skiing, Hiking, Snowshoeing
Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring
Toronto, ON
User Patchouli
Etobicoke Creek is one of the many creeks running through Toronto. It has deep ravines and distinctive shale banks. The creek ends in a large recreational area, Marie Curtis Park. It is surrounded by big cliffs and the bottom is solid stone, often covered with smaller rocks. It is full of little fish and crayfish, a sign of purity of water.

Nice trails. Steep and narrow in some areas. Local youngsters' hideaways tucked into the greenery.

There has been talk about a coyote in the trail area near the airport.

Directions:

Mill and Burnamthorpe. Park at Sheridan Garden Center or at the park nearby and walk to the bridge crossing the creek and head north.

Or start anywhere along the Etobicoke Creek.



Please check the bottom of the Description (above left; click) for the author's written directions.

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By grandkidswalkPosted By: grandkidswalk  - Thu Mar 22 18:26:30 UTC 2018 Not Rated Question Is it possible to walk along the Etobicoke Creek from Marie Curtis Park to Centennial Park? Or do we have to go on streets above the QEW? If so what is the best route?

ANSWERS are in this forum:   Etobicoke Creek Trail from Marie Curtis Park to Centennial Park


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