5 places to enjoy cannabis this fall in Toronto
We all know about about Toronto's popular parks, but here are some of our favourite, lesser known places to visit post-ritual while the leaves are changing.
Close to Castle Frank station, Craighleigh's entrance is marked with an antique iron gate leading to a quiet tree-canopied park. It's an ideal off-leash dog park. Theres also adjacent access to trails leading down to the Don Valley Brickworks.
For something a little more accessible, try visiting the Rock in Yorkville located right beside Bay station's west exit. Though not the greatest location for nature, it's great for people watching, plus you can get a decent coffee around the corner at Sorry Coffee Co.
There's a stunning view of the Don Valley's leaves from both the top or bottom of the Leaside bridge. If you're feeling daring, and if you exercise extreme caution, you can access the bridge's underpass from Leaside Park.
This hidden gem has almost 10km of nature trails. If you're looking to forget you're in the city and become one with nature, visit these woods.
Now that the summer is over, so too is the Island craze making Toronto Island an ideal getaway that doesn't seem too far, or crowded. Unwind and elevate while watching the planes at Billy Bishop airport.
Do you have a hidden gem in the city that you like to visit for your ritual? Let us know.