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Welcome TO Winter

Welcome TO Winter

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Source: City of Toronto

There are many things to do in Toronto in winter. From outdoor activities to exploring the city, there are plenty of ways to have fun and stay active in the colder months.

Explore the Outdoors

Winter Pathways

Find parks with winter-maintained pathways.

The City provides winter maintenance on select pathways across the city, including more than 250 parks and recreation locations and approximately 270 km of park pathways, trails and park roads. This year, the City will clear snow at 40 additional park locations. These pathways provide residents with an opportunity for longer walks during the winter months.

  • Most winter-maintained pathways are cleared of snow within 24 hours of snowfall, after 8 cm of accumulation. Paved recreational trails are cleared after 48 hours of snowfall.
  • Salting occurs within 24 to 48 hours of snow clearing.

The City is unable to maintain all pathways in all parks during the winter due to factors including the type of surface material and whether the pathway is located in an Environmentally Significant Area.

Areas in the City’s golf courses are unmaintained and marked as snow loops for walking and snowshoeing.

 

More information here: https://www.toronto.ca/explore-enjoy/festivals-events/welcome-to-winter/

 

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