5 trails in the GTA that you can visit right now

5 trails in the GTA that you can visit right now

by Treasure Hill Homes

With all the current social distancing mandates and recommendations, it can feel hard to find the escape from daily life that we normally have under regular circumstances. However, there is still a lot to do within the GTA, including open access to many trails that you can use right now. Just make sure to still follow social distancing rules when you are not with members of your own household. Here are just a few trails that are currently available:

1. East Humber Trail in Richmond Hill

Located within Richmond Hill, the East Humber Trail is a 2.9-kilometre loop that is perfect for all skill types. You are also allowed to bring dogs here – but make sure they remain on a leash! To learn more about access to this trail, visit here.

2. Nashville Conservation Reserve in Vaughan

This popular York Region trail is officially open again. This Vaughan trail features a 3.5-kilometre loop within a great forest setting. This trail is good for all members of the family. The property supports a variety of wildlife and is part of the region’s natural heritage system. Learn more here.

3. Bayfront Park Trail in Hamilton

If you’re looking for an ideal trail to cycle, walk, skate or jog, Bayfront Park Trail is for you. Located at the foot of Harbourfront Drive, east of Bay Street North, this park has a multi-use pathway that is 1.4 kilometres in length. Plus, you get great views of the waterfront. Learn more at this website.

4. Bruce and Trans Canada Trail Loop in Caledon

This Caledon trail is a bit of a more challenging hike, so make sure you’re up for it prior to making your way there! The trail is just over 8 kilometres long and can get quite busy, so make sure you adhere to physical distancing rules. Dogs are welcome, but again, make sure they remain on leash. Here is some more information about the trail.

5. Rouge Valley Vista Trail in Scarborough

Offering some of the best views of any trail in the GTA, Rouge Valley Loop is a great trail for any skill level. It offers 9 kilometres of serene hiking space that is worth the drive to Scarborough. Learn more here.

Social distancing does not mean you can’t get out and enjoy the nice weather. Make sure to get out to one of these spectacular trails, or any of the great hiking or walking areas in the GTA.

While a lot of our time right now is being spent indoors, it truly goes to show the importance of home and loving your space. Fall in love with your own Treasure Hill home and learn more about our new communities across the GTA at our website.

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