Looking for a fun way to explore the outdoors in Toronto in the summer? Grab a bike and hit the awesome trails around the city. Each biking trail is quite different in length, so whether you’re up for a long trip or just a quick workout, you can find one that meets your requirements. Have some fun in the sun this season!

Here are the biking trails in Toronto to ride this summer.

Martin Goodman Trail

Length: 56 km
Area: Covers the entire lake shore from one end of the city to the other. You can start from Humber Bay Arch Bridge in the west and end at the Rouge River in the east.

Leslie Street Split Trail

Length: 10km
Area: Can access at 1 Leslie Street, Toronto

Toronto Islands

Length: 15km
Area: Take the ferry over to the Toronto Islands and ride through all of the paths

Lower Don Trail

Length: 8km
Area: In the Don River Valley Park

Humber River Recreation Trail

Length: 13km
Area: Access it through Riverwood Parkway entrance, Etienne Brule Park, James Gardens, Edenbridge Drive, Raymore Park, or Weston Lions Park on Hickory Tree Road

Chorley Park Trail Switchbacks

Length: 630m
Area: Access the switchbacks at Chorley Park off of Douglas Drive

Kay Gardener Beltline Trail

Length: about 4km
Area:  Starts just north of Allen & Eglinton and ends at Mt. Pleasant Road

Betty Sutherland Trail Park

Length: about 2km+
Area:  The Betty Sutherland Trail meanders along parts of the East Don River near Sheppard Avenue and Leslie Street

Wilket Creek Trail

Length: about 2.7km
Area:  Access this trail from the Toronto Botanical Gardens

Cedarvale Ravine

Length: about 4km
Area:  The walk starts near the Rosedale subway station and ends near Davisville station

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