The York Region has a number of great recreational trails.
- Kortright Centre(Vaughan) This year-round conservation area, off Pine Valley Drive in Woodbridge, has over 18 kms (11 miles) of trails through mixed woods and open parkland. An interpretive centre offers numerous public and group “back to nature” programs.
- Boyd Conservation Area(Vaughan) 96 hectares (237 acres) of parkland located on Islington Avenue, north of Highway 7, the Boyd Conservation Area, with a number of designated nature trails for hiking and walking.
- Humber Trail(Kleinburg) The first and second phases of the Humber Trail’s 5.7 kms have links to the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Boyd Conservation Area and the Canada Company Way (one of Upper Canada’s first toll roads). Main access points are Stegman’s Mill Road and Islington Avenue.
- Bartley Smith Greenway(Vaughan) A 15 km work in progress, using a natural valley corridor to connect a series of city parks and recreational facilities. Access points are Steeles Avenue and Dufferin Street, and Langstaff Road and Keele Street.
- Tom Taylor Trail (Newmarket) Along the Holland River.
Cross Country Skiing (Winter) Trails
Here are the most popular places around the Greater Toronto Area to cross-country ski
- The Halton Outdoor Club (Burlington)
- Bronte Creek Provincial Park (Oakville)
- Earl Rowe Provincial Park (Alliston)
- Nottawasaga Inn Convention Centre and Golf Resort (Alliston)
- Silent Sports (Thornhill)
- Uplands Golf & Ski Club (Thornhill)
- Albion Hills Conservation Area (Downsview)
- High Park Ski Club (Toronto)
- Sport Swap (Toronto)
- Toronto Bicycling Network (Toronto)
- Trakkers Cross-Country Ski Club (Toronto)
- Voyageur Quest & Algonquin Log Cabin (Toronto)
- Pleasure Valley (Uxbridge)
- Skyloft Ski & Country Club (Uxbridge)