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Etobicoke Creek Trail: Neilson to Centennial Trail

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Trail

2.0 mile 3.2 kilometer point to point
Paved Path
Easy

Elevation

Ascent: 55' 17 m
Descent: -4' -1 m
High: 452' 138 m
Low: 400' 122 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 1% (0°)
Max Grade: 1% (1°)

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A paved trail used to connect the North and South portions of the Etobicoke Creek Trail.

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Family Friendly An easily accessible paved trail used connecting to portions of the Etobicoke Creek Trail.

Description

This trail is part of the Etobicoke Creek system. It's used to get around the Markland Woods Golf Club which splits the Etobicoke Creek into the North and South areas via a connector trail that goes northbound from Neilson Park to Centennial Park.

When you get to Bloordale Church, you can cross the stream to the west and use the Bloordale singletrack. When you reach Burnhamthorpe, you can head west on Burnhamthorpe towards Garnetwood park to resume the Etobicoke Creek trail or keep going north to Centennial Park.

At Centennial Park, you can climb the ski hill, do some downhill on the ski hill or even use the PANAM games BMX track. Then it's off towards the west towards the creek where a steep downhill will connect to the main Etobicoke Creek Trail or the east or west single tracks running along the ridges.

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#7

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#237

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Small jumps Bloordale
Sep 11, 2015 near Etobicoke, ON
Low trunk at bottom of downhill. DUCK!
Sep 11, 2015 near Etobicoke, ON
Stream crossing on the Bloordale Singletrack
Sep 11, 2015 near Etobicoke, ON

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