“I love a nice bike ride on the Don Valley Trail to clear my head.”
If you’re like Aysanabee and enjoy riding your bike, this is the place to do it. At 200-hectares, the Don River Valley Park is Toronto’s largest urban park. It provides access to the downtown core through connections to other bike lanes, recreational trails, and parks. Head to Lower Don River Valley Park (between the river and the trail north of the Prince Edward Viaduct) to see the public art installation Monsters for beauty, permanence and individuality by Omaskêko Cree artist Duane Linklater from Moose Cree First Nation. There’s also plenty of other ways to see Toronto by bike.