So it’s already late November, and the weather is still nice to go biking! Last year, I remember it was already snowing in Toronto by now. Hope this means a mild winter, so I can continue doing my bike rides. Yesterday I went biking at the Kay Gardner Beltline Trail. As I said in a previous post, the Beltline Trail is a 9 km cycling and walking rail trail here in Toronto, with three sections: the York Beltline Trail, west of Allen Road; the Ravine Beltline Trail, south of Mount Pleasant Cemetery through the Moore Park Ravine, and the Kay Gardner Beltline Park.
Considering that’s already November, it’s quite warm here in Toronto this week. So I went biking again at the Beltline Trail, but this time heading to David A. Balfour Park (last time I headed to Moore Ravine Park). You can still see the fall foliage on both trails, so it was a beautiful bike ride. I’d recently discovered about the Beltline Trail, to be honest. I wish I knew it before. It’s a 9 km cycling and walking rail trail here in Toronto, and has three sections: the York Beltine Trail, the Kay Gardner Beltline Park and the Ravine Beltline Trail.
It’s already November, so it means the time to see the fall foliage is almost over here in Toronto. I was checking the forecast this morning, and it seems that we still have a few days above season. However, next weekend the one digital temperatures are back. So yesterday I went biking again to Taylor Creek Park, one of my favorites places to go biking here. It’s a completely different bike ride when you go during fall. I was actually sad because I’d seen some pics of the park lately, and now it’s not so beautiful as before – although it’s still gorgeous! So if you want to see the fall foliage, go the next days, or you might miss it. Continue reading “Fall Bike Ride at Taylor Creek Park”