A Walk Through the York Regional Forest

About a 45-minute drive northeast of Toronto you will be able to experience the York Regional Forest’s vast network of meandering trails and streams. You can go there for long walks, horseback riding, mountain biking, snowmobiling and, above all, rest and solitude.

It is easy to lose yourself in the vast maze of trails that can take you far and away, allowing your mind to wonder, lost in the beauty of tall trees and plant life surrounding you.

Getting lost on these beautiful nature trails is good for the soul, especially if you surrender to the journey and let go of the need for mobile apps/maps to guide you. Simply trust that you will get to where you need to go and eventually you will return to where you need to be.

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3 Responses to A Walk Through the York Regional Forest

  1. ilda says:

    Fabulous photos, Emanuel! One day I hope to visit this forest!

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  2. Steven says:

    Excellent photos – lovely post!

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  3. Kathie says:

    If only autumn were immediately followed by spring…

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