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Location & Duration
All of our tours start and finish in front of the Gears Bike Shop at 500 Front Street East in the Canary District (Toronto, ON).
This experience is 3 hours in length.
All tours include bicycle, helmet, water and snack. We'll include stops at restroom facilities and snack breaks. Dress for the weather. We don’t stop in shops but there may be roadside stands or market stalls in certain parts of the city where you may see something you would like to purchase. Bring your camera and sense of adventure.
What You Will Do
Starting with the Waterfront Trail, there's a lot to see and we'll take it all in. From the harbour we'll take a short ferry ride to Toronto Island where you will immediately experience a change of pace and feel the gentle breeze off the lake. From charming cottage-like homes and indigenous plants overflowing from gardens, the island is easily one of Toronto’s most unique places to visit. We'll stop at the perfect photo-op spot where the tree line breaks offering spectacular views of the Toronto skyline. The island boardwalk gives you endless lake views, with a glimpse of a large bird sanctuary on the Leslie Street Spit, North America’s largest car-free community with it's quant lighthouse on the point. The ferry ride back across the harbour will ease you back to the energetic city, but we're not done yet. We'll take a stroll down memory lane through the historic Distillery District. Noted as one of the 10 best things to do in Toronto (Trip Advisor). The Distillery District is an internationally acclaimed village of brick-lined streets and dozens of vibrantly restored Victorian industrial buildings.
Who Will Guide You
A tour guide who will provide some history, folklore and lots of opportunities to stop and capture the perfect picture or to just “smell the roses”. This tour is on a flat and easy route.