Bucket List Walks

An ever-changing list of walks I’d like to do.

  1. John O’Groats to Land’s End, Scotland to Cornwall
  2. Camino de Santiago, France-Spain or Portugal to Spain
  3. Bruce Trail, Ontario
    • Niagara Section
    • Iroquois Section
    • Toronto Section
    • Caledon Section
    • Dufferin Highland Section
    • Beaver Valley Section
    • Blue Mountain Section
    • Sydenham Section
    • Peninsula Section
  4. Manhattan Shore Walk (circumference)
  5. Hadrian’s Wall path, England
  6. The Sli Dhun na nGall – the trails of Donegal in Ireland, including:
    • The Blue Stack Way
    • Slí Cholmcille
    • Slí An Earagail
    • Slí Na Finne
    • Slí Na Rosann
  7. The European Ramblers E8 trail, from Dublin to Kerry
  8. Lord Simcoe’s Ride (Fort York in Toronto to Niagara-on-the-Lake)
  9. The Toronto Cross (west to east and south to north across Toronto)
  10. Yonge Street (from Lake Ontario to Lake Simcoe)
  11. Toronto Waterfront Trail (Humber River to Rouge River)
  12. Thames Walk, from source to the sea
  13. The Confederation Trail in PEI
  14. Waterfront to wine (east) – Toronto to Prince Edward County along the Waterfront Trail
  15. Waterfront to wine (west) – Toronto to Niagara-on-the-Lake along the Waterfront Trail
  16. Waterfront to wine (south) – Toronto to Pelee Island along the Waterfront Trail
  17. Oakridge Moraine Trail around greater Toronto
  18. The Great Trail in Southern Ontario (within 2 hours of Toronto)
    • 100km so far including
    • Toronto Waterfront Trail
    • Toronto Pan-Am Trail
    • Toronto Pan-Am Connector
    • Niagara River Recreational Trail
    • Pickering Waterfront Trail
    • Durham County Recreational Trails
    • Laura Secord Legacy Trail
    • City of Hamiton Trails
    • Fort Erie to Hamilton connector trails
    • Hamilton to Brantford Rail Trail
    • Brantford to Kitchener connector trails
    • Kitchener to Elora connector trails
    • Elora to Barrie connector trails
  19. The Great Trail TOM walk – Toronto to Ottawa to Montreal
  20. Montreal to Toronto via the Waterfront Trail