High Park Hiking Club

Hiking in the Greater Toronto Area! Each Sunday (mostly) during the spring and fall, we meet to car pool to parks and trails and go hiking. If you want a low impact work-out, fresh air and new people to meet, check us out.

We carpool from Old York Mills Road, usually at 10:00am. Always, always, always check our hike instructions.

[Hikers at Niagara Gorge by Alan Backlund]


Friday May 24
We are hiking in the city this Sunday, Rouge Valley with Abi Yousufi. We are doing our standard 10:00am pickup at Old York Mills Road.
Saturday May 18
On Sunday, we are doing Rattlesnake Point with Debbie McDermott. We are doing our standard 10:00am pickup at Old York Mills Road. The hike at Rattlesnake Point starts at the lower parking lot this time.
Friday May 10
This weekend's hike is to Bolton with hike leader Bohdan Bilyj. This hike probably will go twenty kilometres, so you need to be in fairly good shape. We will do our standard 10:00am car pool at Old York Mills Road.
Friday May 3
Sunday's hike is to Waterdown, and the hike leader is Carol Pyke. We have a hike for next weekend! This Sunday, we do our standard carpool at 10:00am at Old York Mills Road.
Thursday April 25
This Saturday we are headed to Niagara Gorge USA with Bill Baird. You need your passport for this! We meet at Old York Mills Road, at 9:00am this time, due to the long drive.
Friday afternoon April 19
We are switching Saturdays hike to Webster's Falls to Sunday. This should give us nice hiking weather.
Friday April 19
Our hike this weekend is Webster's Falls with Bohdan Bilyj. We are watching the weather. Watch this page, and Meetup for updates.
Wednesday April 3
This Sunday, we are hiking Long Sault out east of Toronto, with hike leader Howard Gibson. We are doing our standard 10:00am pickup at Old York Mills Road.
Tuesday February 19
Sad news. An old club member, Jim Thomas, passed away last January. Jim used to set up our schedule. He led lots of our hikes. He was active in High Park Ski Club and in the Toronto Bike Club. Obituary in the Toronto Star