Where to run in Toronto (Ontario)

By - Edwards Gardens / Sunnybrook Park, in mid-Toronto, is a beautiful park route with a series of connecting parks. Distance: 5 kilometers (3 miles) to railway trestle; another 10 kilometers south to lake. Park: drive or take the TTC to Edwards Gardens at the SouthWest corner of Leslie Street and Lawrence Avenue. Park in the SouthWest corner of the parking lot and enter the path there. Access: follow Edwards 1.6 kilometer (1 mile) south to Sunnybrook Park (the washroom is there) and take a left there on the road heading south (past the park entrance) until you hit the paved path. This is well traveled and safe as it follows the Don river south. When you come to the big "molars" or elevated gardens just past the wooden trestle bridge (5 kilometers or 3 miles from your start), you can turn right to follow the Don Valley path south to Lake Ontario (10 kilometers or 6 miles away) or can go left into Taylor Creek Park which will point you east and take you to Victoria Park Road in the east end (5 kilometers or 3 mile away - altogether a 20 kilometers or 12 mile return trip from Edwards Gardens).

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