2016/05/07 – Finch Hydro / East Don

Stormwater management, signage, special crossings, beautiful views. Finch Hydro Corridor Trail had it all.

I’m going to Seven Crowns Tattoo for a consult Monday. Going to get something to fit this natural/urban collision theme.

Holy smokes that’s a steep hill.

Now walking through the East Don Parkland. Forgot I was in Toronto. So peaceful.

It’s beauty and tranquility like this that makes me love the ravines.

Out of the wilderness I emerge…

…and back into the wilderness I plunge.

Increasing cloud cover is killing the vivid colours.

Underbelly of the beast. East Don at the 401.

The grass is greener on the other side.

An illustration of how people want grade-separated trails.

Date: May 1, 2016
Length: 16.8 km
Theme: Hydro, Riverine

Metroscapes Walks
Toronto | Kitchener-Waterloo-Cambridge | Hamilton | Guelph

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