You have settled on a place you want to visit, and now all you need to do is pack. Think lightweight, and only bring what you need to bring. This will make it easier to carry around, so you can spend more time enjoying the great outdoors.
The beauty of nature is not as far as you might think.
Travelling around nature and outdoor regions in the Greater Toronto Area and beyond. Experiences and information for readers to get excited about enjoying the great outdoors. All images featured are our own photography.
Located in Pickering, Dixie Cliffs offer gorgeous scenic views of the Seaton Hiking Trail and Duffin’s Creek. It’s an unofficial name for a cliff located near the corner of Concession Road 3 and Dixie Road. It is one of the locations I have spent so much time during my youth. It is a great place to meet up with friends, set up folding chairs, and spend hours chatting while enjoying the view…. Read More
Glen Major Forest and Walker Woods is an area managed by Toronto Conversation Authority, featuring over 3,700 acres and over 47 km of trails. There are multi-use trails for hiking, bicycling, horseback riding. The topography consists of a hilly landscape with open scenic lookout points, and large wooded regions. Located in Uxbridge, ON Glen Forest Trail is just shy of an hour drive from Toronto. There are a few spots that offer… Read More
Rouge Beach is a great spot to enjoy both scenic beach views, and wildlife-packed marshlands. The beach/marshland lies at the border of Scarborough and Pickering, where Lake Ontario feeds into the Rouge River. Rouge Beach is part of Rouge National Urban Park – the first of Canada’s national urban parks. Here’s why you should make the time to visit Rouge Beach! 1. Proximity and accessibility Rouge Beach is not somewhere you need… Read More