The Don River watershed stretches about 32 kilometres from the Oak Ridges Moraine down to Lake Ontario. Although there is no end-to-end valley trail, the Don offers many opportunities for long and short walks away from the city traffic. Walk the Don is a series of self-guided interpretive walks located throughout the watershed in Toronto and York Region. All walks use prepared trails and are suitable for family use. Download one of the trail guides shown below and spend an afternoon enjoying the river valley!
There are numerous trails within the Don Watershed that offer a glimpse of history and a chance to step out of the city. Experience any one of them by clicking on the links below. If you know of other walks within the Don, let us know.
- City of Toronto Discovery Walks
- City of Toronto Parks & Trails
- City of Vaughan Trails
- Evergreen Brickworks Downtown Trail Map
- Evergreen Brickworks Northeast Trail Map
- Lost Rivers
- Ontario Trails Council (Greater Toronto Area)
- The Taylor Massey Project
- Toronto Field Naturalists
- Toronto Bruce Trails Club
- Town of Markham Pathways
- Town of Richmond Hill Parks and Trail Guide
- Waterfront Trail
- York Region Recreational Trails Guide