Hiking is a lot of fun. Grab a group of friends, some snacks and enjoy the great outdoors. There are tons of trails near Toronto that you need to explore, and more importantly - document on the gram. 

"Take a picture it'll last longer" is the motto when hiking in the fall. Capture all those beautiful fall colours, and remember the day you and your friends conquered the great outdoors. 

How many can you conquer this season?

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Cedar Trail // 1749 Meadowvale Rd, Scarborough, ON

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Mono Cliffs Provincial Park // 795122 3rd line, Orangeville, ON

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Bluffer's Park // 1 Brimley Rd S, Scarborough, ON

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Rattlesnake Point // 7200 Appleby Line, Milton, ON

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Niagara Gorge // 3050 Niagara Pkwy, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

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Spencer's Gorge // Websters Falls, Hamilton, ON

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Albion Hills Conservation Area // 16500 Peel Regional Rd 50, Caledon, ON

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High Park // 1873 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON

via @warbler98

Lynde Shores Conservation Area // 1285 Victoria St W, Whitby, ON

Joker's Hill Trail // 17080 Bathurst St, Newmarket, ON

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Mount Nemo // 5317 Guelph Line, Milton, ON

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Beamer Memorial Conservation Area // 28 Quarry Rd, Grimsby, ON

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Elora Gorge // 7400 Wellington County Rd 21, Elora, ON

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Moccasin Trail Park // 55 Green Belt Dr, Toronto, ON

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Taylor Creek Park // 260 Dawes Rd, East York, ON

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Niagara Glen Nature Reserve // 3050 Niagara Pkwy, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

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Preservation Park // 226 Kortright Rd W, Guelph, ON

via @discoverontario

Algonquin Provincial Park // Ontario 60, ON

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