The Best Spots To Go Rollerblading In Toronto & The GTA

The Best Spots To Go Rollerblading In Toronto & The GTA

Rollerblading has become all the rage during these summer days. It’s such a fun activity to enjoy the nice weather and also stay active—solo or with friends. Though downtown streets and sidewalks may be a tad difficult to take on, the city and the GTA are full of paved recreational paths to spend some hours rollerblading around. 

Here are the best spots to go rollerblading in Toronto & The GTA.

The Martin Goodman Trail

Highlight: A trail that spans 22 km from east to west along Toronto’s waterfront, and is part of the Waterfront Trail System.
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The Toronto Islands

Highlight: Toronto Islands Trail is an 8.7 mile out and back trail located near Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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Confederation Beach Park Path

Highlight: Enjoy the beautiful 4.3 kilometres paved Hamilton Beach Trail, which runs another 4.2 km west to the Burlington ship canal.
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Palace Pier Park

Highlight: The Palace Pier Park is located at the gateway from Etobicoke into downtown Toronto, which includes the infamous Humber Arch Bridge.
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Lower Don Recreation Trail

Highlight: The Lower Don Recreation Trail is a 12.9-kilometre trail located near Toronto, that features a river and is good for all skill levels.
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Underpass Skatepark

Highlight: Located under the bridge south of King St. E., with access off St. Lawrence St., this skatepark is perfect to finetune your tricks or to blade around.
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Taylor Creek Trail

Highlight: Check out the 3.5 km trail that is located in East York. Vehicles can enter Taylor Creek Park at Don Mills Road to begin your rollerblading journey in Toronto.
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