The Forts of Toronto – Bicycle Tour June 27 at 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

The Forts of Toronto – Bicycle Tour

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June 27 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Hop on your bike and join our knowledgeable guides on a leisurely ride through Toronto history. Heritage Toronto is happy to partner with the Community Bicycle Network to deliver these tours! Bring your own bicycle, or rent one from the Community Bicycle Network for $25/day + tax.

The Carrying Place Trail along the Humber River was an important trade and military route, used for many generations by Aboriginal peoples, and French and British traders and explorers. Wrap up Bike Month with a ride down the Humber Valley from Dundas Street West to Lake Ontario, with stops at the sites of a Seneca village, French trading posts and a British military fort.

LEADER: David Juliusson, Fort York National Historic Site
PARTNER: Community Bicycle Network
START/FINISH POINTS: Provided upon registration
LENGTH: Approx. 2 hours
FOCUS: Historical, natural
DIFFICULTY: Busy roads, hills, slopes, rough ground, trails, flat pavement
COST: Pay-what-you-can donations of $5+ encouraged
PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED – please pre-register below.

Note: A rain date for this tour of Sunday, June 28 @ 11 AM is reserved if needed.

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June 27

11:00 am – 1:00 pm

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Heritage Toronto Events, Tours

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