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Sitting through Zoom meetings can lead to some stiff joints, but luckily these Toronto winter hiking trails are just what you need to stretch your legs.

You can wander through snowy forests that are straight out of Narnia and gaze across the frozen waterfront.

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You're going to need to grab your mitts and hat for these snowy walks. There are multiple perfect winter hikes in Toronto you have to try this season.

With winter almost upon us, you may want to start planning some epic frosty adventures around the city. 

Luckily, Toronto has got a plethora of ravines, trails and walkways to explore.

The best part is, you will feel like you are rediscovering some of these places in a whole new way when the seasons change. 

There is so much space to explore, so get yourself out into the crisp air for a wintery adventure. 

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If you’re looking for a super-romantic adventure to take this fall, look no further. This heart-shaped pond in Nova Scotia is a seriously stunning spot — and it’s even more captivating during the golden season!

Located in Halifax’s Hemlock Ravine Park, this unique body of water has been around for over 200 years.

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