Length – 13 km (one way)
90% park path
10% road, crossings, detours
Terrain – Mostly flat path, some river bridges, a few gentle slopes; detours, one road crossing at lights.
Surface – It is all paved asphalt, with some sand and crushed stone.
Skill – Easy
Facilities – Includes parking, three washrooms, fountains, benches.
Highlights – Bridges, small waterfalls, James Gardens, the lake waterfront, Oculus Pavilion.
Maps – Found at the trailhead; signs on the trail.
Trail Fee – Free
Phone – 311
Website – City of Toronto
Access – You can connect from the south by bike from the waterfront trails, or from the many side streets and parks on the route.
Car parking can be found at Riverwood Pkwy entrance, Etienne Brule Park, James Gardens (scarce on weekends), Edenbridge Dr., Raymore Park, or Weston Lions Park on Hickory Tree Rd.