This popular hike, delivered numerous times over the last few years, serves as a walking tutorial of the challenges of Toronto’s ravine system and the need for an over-arching ravine strategy. Hike a lovely trail between steep slopes with mature forests, abundant bird life, and the location where Taylor Massey Creek originally met ancient Lake Iroquois. See towering glacial sand deposits near the northern entrance to the park, along with numerous areas with erosion or other stewardship challenges, such as invasive species and where a Combined Sewer enters the Creek. This hike offers an understanding of the impact of past development practices, emergency erosion repairs, and the challenges facing the City emerging Ravine Strategy.
Meet at the corner of Warden and St Clair. Rain or shine.
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- October 04, 2015 at 10am – 11:30am
Corner of Warden & St. Clair
Warden and St Clair
Toronto, ON M1L
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