Fall Nature Hikes 2021: Pond-ering the Grenadier

The High Park Nature Centre is offering guided hikes on Saturday afternoons this fall. On November 20 from 1:30 to 3:00.  Registration Required $10. See Nature Centre website for more details.

Autumn Photo Buff Walk with David Allen

Please join us for our regular 90 minute Sunday walk. David Allen has been taking photographs in High Park for many years. He’ll show you how to get unique shots and what camera settings to use for the best pictures.…

Tramping the Trails

Please join us for our regular 90 minute Sunday walk. Explore some of the beautiful trails in the park. Learn about the different forms of trails, how they were formed and how they related to the natural features of the…

Art In The Park

Please join us for our regular 90 minute Sunday walk. There are a number of beautiful sculptures and statues in the park – some tucked away and some in plain sight. Art enthusiast Grace Petrucci will introduce you to these.…

Who Goes to the Park

Please join us for our regular 90 minute Sunday walk. In 1984, artist Warabe Aska created a beautiful book of paintings and poems called “Who Goes To The Park.” All of the paintings were done in familiar spots in High…

Caterpillars, Moths and Butterflies

The High Park Sunday Walking Tours are starting again! Join Don Scallen for a talk and walk about caterpillars, moths and butterflies. Meet at the benches, on the south side of Grenadier Restaurant at 10:30 a.m. COVID guidelines will be…

High Park Movement Study and Survey Your Opportunity to Speak Up for High Park

The City is launching the High Park Movement Strategy: “a study to improve the travel network for High Park and better serve park users and the community.” The first step is an online survey.  More information can be found on…

LDD (Gypsy) Moth Caterpillars Lymnatria dispar dispari - The "LDD Moth"

If you’ve been walking through wooded areas in the park recently, you may have heard what looks like a gentle rain pitter pattering around you. Not rain, but the munching of hundreds of Gypsy Moth caterpillars! They have been feeding…

TRCA’s 2019 Terrestrial Biological Inventory of High Park View virtual presentation

Presentation Link and Follow-Up Q&As now available! Learn about the Toronto & Region Conservation Authority’s methodology, findings and observations as presented in the final High Park Terrestrial Biological Inventory Report, 2019. A question and answer opportunity followed the presentation. Urban…








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