2020 in the Rear-view Mirror

Since it’s coming to the end of the year, it’s natural to look back and reflect. I did that by taking at look at the view stats for my posts over the past year. I guess, unsurprisingly, that it makes sense that the top 10 list of most-viewed posts on this blog over the past year includes most of my favourite Toronto walks.

  1. Favourite Toronto Walks – Don Valley Trails
  2. Favourite Toronto Walks – The Beltline
  3. Favourite Toronto Walks – Cedarvale-Nordheimer Ravines
  4. Favourite Toronto Walks
  5. Favourite Toronto Walks – Rosedale Rambles
  6. Favourite Toronto Walks – Martin Goodman Trail
  7. Favourite Toronto Walks – Mid-Town Cemeteries
  8. Favourite Toronto Walks – Tommy Thompson Trail
  9. Favourite Toronto Walks – Mid-Toronto Loop
  10. TO Places – Moore Ravine and the Brickworks

With COVID-19 curtailing our activities, people are looking for places to go for a walk to get some exercise. If my suggestions helped you out, then I’m glad.

In looking forward to 2021, I am sure we’re all hoping to break out of our COVID-19 shell. It’s going to take a lot of patience this winter to get through this, and probably a lot of walks to have something to do. Stay safe, stay healthy, and enjoy the great outdoors.

Looking west from the tip of Tommy Thompson Park