My name is Trevor Heywood. I have been spending many weekends hiking across Toronto and taking in the views. My travels started retracing faint childhood memories in Toronto’s amazing ravine system. But they also started traversing into the urban cores, local neighbourhoods, vacant areas, utility corridors, and the other spaces. This became the basis for taking pictures and documenting my walks, and sharing some of them on Twitter.
Eventually, it came into sharp focus that this was a passion of mine, and that I was not sharing or organizing my travels to their fullest extent. This became the basis for Metroscapes; a website that organizes my journeys across Toronto, and a platform to expand upon them.
It’s a source for everything about where our natural and built environments collide.
If you have any suggestions for future walks, information to add about past walks, or any general questions and comments, please feel free to share.
I am a big believer in sharing. That is why all of my content on this website (text and pictures), unless otherwise noted and excluding any background content hosted or derived from mapping services by Google, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0) license.
In a nutshell, you are free to share and adapt this content as long as you attribute it to me, it is not used for commercial purposes, and you share your content under a similar free license. You can read a more detailed summary, or view the full legal code.