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Lambton Woods (Etobicoke)

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Fall Color

Cool picnic!

To access Lambton Woods, we parked at James Gardens. We walked southbound along the Humber River for a while, then opted to follow a trail into the woods filled with mature trees. After a 15-minute walk, the path turned onto a long boardwalk leading to a bridge with benches where we stopped there to have a picnic. Below, the river cascaded down, glistening in the sun. Some 40 metres above, trains rolled down tracks set on high pillars. The overall effect was stunning (for young adventurers). If you walk across the bridge and take the trail to your right, you’ll pass under a bridge (supporting Dundas Street West). Keep going and you’ll find ?tienne-Br?l? Park.

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