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Martin Goodman Trail

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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best way to see Toronto and the Lake

the trail officially starts at the Mimico creek on the West side, but being connected to the... read more

Reviewed 25 August 2017
Cycle or Walk Toronto's Urban Waterfront Gem!

The Martin Goodman Trail runs along Toronto's downtown waterfront from East to West... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2017
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“ontario place” (5 reviews)
“humber bay” (3 reviews)
“cherry beach” (2 reviews)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Reviewed 25 August 2017

the trail officially starts at the Mimico creek on the West side, but being connected to the waterfront trail leads the cyclist much further West on mainly protected roads or trails. the section from Ontario Place to the Beaches is nevertheless spectacular, and while the...More

Thank Nolinice
Reviewed 20 July 2017

The Martin Goodman Trail runs along Toronto's downtown waterfront from East to West. Downtown ,it is paved from end to end and is mostly level with only a few slight grades to slow you down. It is dotted with local parks and some stunning views...More

Thank GWToronto
Reviewed 1 May 2017

Terrific way to get outside and see the waterfront of the city. Getting out to the Humber river gives a great perspective looking back on the city and once you are at the Beach there are cafes and spot to get snacks or watch the...More

Thank Hilary G
Reviewed 20 August 2016 via mobile

Although Toronto's waterfront has received criticism over the years, the MGT is a great biking trial. It runs approx 56 km along Lake Ontario (fairly flat). Riding your bike along the trial with the breeze coming off Lake Ontario makes for a relaxing ride. There...More

Thank lorne f
Reviewed 18 July 2016

I've been riding this trail for many many years, it just keeps getting worse and worse. Let me take you from Woodbine Beach in the east all the way to Humber Bay Park in the west. The trail by Woodbine Beach tends to be very...More

1  Thank ncaa007
Reviewed 5 September 2015

If you're going biking here during good weather on the weekend, watch out for walkers, strollers, basically lots of people who don't read or pay attention to the rules of the path. You'll have to dodge people walking in the middle, or all spread out,...More

Thank webgoddesscathy
Reviewed 26 August 2015

The Martin Goodman trail is a great trail for inline skating that cuts right into the downtown Toronto Waterfront.

Thank Richard_Trus
Reviewed 13 August 2015

Martin Goodman Trail is a bicycle and inline skate path running alongside the Lake Ontario. While some sections are just next to the Lake Shore Boulevard, some parts of the path are running into the nature. The trail passes through between the South end of...More

4  Thank travelguru-su
Reviewed 12 July 2015

takes you right across the city ... mostly on bike path which is great as it is a 2 way path and lots to see or stop and do if you so wish ... map it out ..it can take the whole day.

1  Thank jim d
Reviewed 18 March 2015

This is such a lovely trail goes form beaches, through the don wetlands of cherry beach, includes parts of downtown all the way west past high park and extends westward. Nice parks go by through Coronation park, in years there will be Ontario place park...More

2  Thank Luke242
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Questions & Answers
Gus B
5 September 2017|
Response from Gus B |
Are there facilities along the trail going west past Park lawn
11 August 2017|
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Response from GWToronto | Reviewed this property |
As the trail is quite long it is best to Google "public parking" near the closest intersection to where you want to start on the trail.
24 May 2017|
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Response from BarbaraL623 |
Thank you. Any other suggestions about the MGT?