Are you looking to spend a little more time outdoors but don’t have a car to get around? There is a selection of outdoor trips that leave from Toronto this winter and spring. The best part? You can embark on these outdoor trips without a car around Ontario – here are the details.

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From the hiking trails at Earl Rowe to exploring the forests of Ken Reid Conservation Area. If you’ve dreamed of visiting these picturesque spots but live in Toronto with no car, there’s a way.

Parkbus is running several trips from downtown Toronto to outdoor spots and back this winter and spring as part of its ActiveDays itinerary.

ActiveDays organizes the trips to various locations in Ontario complete with a bus ride and a guided tour. All buses leave from Toronto which means you will not need a car to get there.

The trips range from nature walks to visits to festivals such as the Maple Festival at Kortright.

Here are some of the upcoming trips:

  • Feb 17 & 24 – Arrowhead Fire & Ice
  • Feb 17 – Mountsberg Winterlit
  • Feb 18 – Earl Rowe
  • Mar 3 – Nature Walk
  • March 16 – Forks of the Credit
  • Mar 23 – Maple Festival at Kortright
  • Apr 28 – Forest Therapy & Hike at Ken Reid

Why not check out the Forks of the Credit located in Caledon, Ontario? Forks of the Credit is part of the Niagara Escarpment biosphere. The park is on the Bruce Trail which also includes the Dominion Trail, Kettle Trail, Meadow Trail, and Trans Canada Trail.

This trip with ActiveDays picks up guests at Yonge and Bloor and to the Forks for a daytime guided tour. There’s a scheduled lunch break (that you will have to pack yourself) so you can catch up and get ready to head back out for the rest of the outdoor adventure.

Tickets for each experience are priced accordingly but start at $53 per person. Discounted rates are available for students, seniors and children under the age of 12.

Enjoy these outdoor trips without a car in Ontario and embrace nature to the fullest!