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The Bluffs

July 7, 2015 2 Comments

Let’s take it all the way to the East end for this part of my Toronto series. You think the only waterfront worth visiting is Woodbine Beach or The Harbourfront at Lakeshore? No way! The Bluffs are an incredibly scenic part of the city, with stunning views of Lake Ontario.

By Alex Meoko

618 _ Toronto's Paradise by Anna Reixach

The Burning Bush - Lake Ontario. First light by Iskou Hee

If you’re not from the East end of the city, it’s probably easiest to drive to The Bluffs (parking is available). You can walk along the cliffs, or through Bluffers Park Marina, and visit Bluffers Restaurant. I actually prefer packing a picnic and finding a great view.

It’s more peaceful than The Harbourfront downtown, and often not as busy as Woodbine Beach (although some weekends can get pretty packed). You really do feel like you’ve left the city for a little getaway. Check out all the awesome reviews, and pictures of wildlife, on Tripadvisor!

My photographer and me ;):

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First image by Alex Meoko
Second Image by Anna Reixach
Third Image by Iskou Hee
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  • linda.hallberg July 7, 2015 at 8:47 am

    HOW can you say Toronto isn’t interesting?!? I’M COMING OVER!!!!!!!!

    • Jocelyn Caithness July 7, 2015 at 10:19 pm

      Hahaha, compared to Stockholm!! <3

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