Join us for a walk. Consider leading a walk.
Explore parts of Toronto you didn’t know existed. Active from May through September, LIFE’s walking group meets twice weekly to explore the city. Whether you prefer hiking in nature or exploring the urban cityscape, there is walk that suits your interest and comfort level.
All walks are accessible via TTC. They often conclude in areas with nearby restaurants for an optional group lunch afterwards.
LIFE Walks Schedule
You must be a current LIFE member and registered in the Walks program to participate in the LIFE Walks. Guests are not permitted.
If you would like to lead a walk please contact the Walks Committee Chair, Doug Patton at firstname.lastname@example.org
Types of Walks:
We offer two main types of walks:
- Green Walks are nature walks that usually take place on unpaved paths. They may take place in areas that include beaches, parks, gardens, ravines and/or birding. They move at a brisk pace, but still allow for comfortable conversation. Examples of Green Walks include Edwards Gardens, Moore Park Ravine, Don Valley Brick Works, East Don Parkland and James Gardens to the Old Mill.
- Grey Walks take their visual interest from the cityscape and take place on paved sidewalks. They are usually themed, allowing you to discover some of the great heritage areas, distinct architecture, quaint neighbourhoods and points of literary or cultural significance around the city. They move at a moderate pace, and include frequent stops to allow the group leader to comment on points of interest. Examples of Grey Walks may include jaunts through Yorkville, along Spadina Avenue, around City Hall, Concord City Place, the CNE, South Rosedale and Riverside.
Day: Tuesdays and Fridays, May through September
Time: 10 AM – 12 PM
To Register: special Registration for the Walks Program will open on the Monday of registration week. Register for walks here. Once registered, you may participate in any and all walks on the Walks schedule throughout the spring and summer. The schedule will be sent to your email address after you register. On rare occasions, you will need to register for individual walks. These walks will be listed on the Walks registration site.