We’ve curated a list of some of the most exciting urban adventures the city has to offer.!
Check out some of the best urban adventures in Toronto below.
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Go Rock Climbing
Rock climbing is a great form of exercise both mentally and physically. There are multiple locations that offer rock climbing in Toronto, including Boulderz Climbing Centre, located in The Junction, and Joe Rockhead’s Indoor Rock Climbing.
Canoe or Kayak to the Toronto Islands
Get paddling this summer! If you’re downtown, check out Harbourfront Canoe & Kayak Centre to get you to Toronto Island, or take a ferry and pick up a kayak or canoe while you’re there. For west-enders, Toronto Adventures have rentals to get you coasting down the Humber River.
Cycle along the Martin Goodman Trail
Head to Sunnyside to take in some views of the lakefront. The Martin Goodman Trail, which runs along Lake Ontario, is perfect for cyclists. Plus, Sunnyside has got tons of cycling facilities sprinkled throughout its scenic streets.
If you didn’t know, Lake Ontario is literally right downtown, so there are so many beaches and so much water for you to go for a swim! Whether you’re headed to the beach or to an indoor pool, check out our list of the best swimming spots around the city here.
Try the Edge Walk at the CN Tower
Thrill-seekers take note! Experience the world’s highest hands-free external walk on a building at the CN Tower. You’ll be more than 360 metres high, giving you an unbeatable view of the city. Attached to some wires and decked out in the cutest red jumpsuit, you can go on up with your friends or family to hang off the edge of the core of our city! Check here for more details.
Head out on the water and go sailing! What better way to get out of the house and get a breath of fresh air than by going for a sail? Check out Gone Sailing Adventures or the Harbourfront Centre for boat rentals and other sailing adventures.
Try Go-Karting at the 401 Mini Indy
Put down the Mario Kart and try go-karting in real life at the 401 Mini Indy. Located in Etobicoke, it’s a great spot to let the wind rush through your helmet while racing your pals at the indoor racetrack! Check out Toronto’s fastest go-carts here!