Scarborough has a number of great paved recreational trails.
- Taylor /Massey Creek pathway from Taylor Creek Park through East York, ending at the Pine Hills Cemetery in Scarborough.
- Lakefront Pathway From western city limits with Mississauga, east to eastern City limits at Pickering, with some urban sections along Toronto’s downtown waterfront.
- Highland Creek Trail, runs along the creek from the Guildwood GO station east along Highland Creek past the U of T Scarborough Campus, and then south to Lake Ontario, just east of East Point Park.
- Thomson Park Trail runs along West Highland Creek from Ellesmere Rd southeast, crossing Lawrence Ave E ending in Cedarbrook Park just off Markham Road
- North Scarborough Trails. One trail runs north along Morningside Creek from McGowan Rd up to Steeles, another trail runs from Brimley & McNicoll Ave to L’Amoureaux Park, connecting to a trail running along a creek south to Tam O’Shanter Park just north of Sheppard & Kennedy Rd. Another short trail winds through Agincourt
- Rouge River Trails There are a number of trails in the Rouge River Velley, along th e eastern edge of the Toronto Zoo and south Kingston Rd
There are also a number of great walking trails:
- Toronto Zoo Some of the zoo’s wilder inhabitants stay outdoors all winter, and there are many kilometers of trails. No skis or snowshoes allowed. Open daily through to Mar 8 from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm, and Mar 9 to May 17 from 9 am to 6 pm. $15, srs $11, child $9, under three free. Meadowvale N of Hwy 401, Scarborough. 416-392-5900.