Welcome to the Toronto Outdoor Club!

Free to join, and open to any adult in Canada, the TOC brings people together in a fun, friendly and inviting atmosphere. We strive to offer a variety of events, with some geared for beginners, some more challenging activities, and lots of 'somewhere in the middle' stuff. And, we attempt to keep events as low-cost as possible. A majority of our events take place in and around southern Ontario, but occasionally we visit our neighboring provinces or travel further away from home.

This is a great time to get out and meet other outdoor enthusiasts in the Toronto area. Are you traveling? Check out our sister clubs in Calgary, Edmonton, Atlanta, Maryland and, the most recent addition, Vancouver Region. Tell your outdoorsy family and friends, and if you're ever in their neighborhood, look them up!

Yes, our events are busy and they often fill up very quickly, but sign up for the waiting list. It is very common in the week prior to the event for there to be significant turnover. Life happens and people have to modify their plans (or the weather modifies them!) and the event coordinators make every effort to add members from the waiting list to the event to ensure as many people get out to enjoy themselves as possible. Add yourself to the waiting list, you'll be surprised at how often you actually get on an event!

The TOC is 100% volunteer run. Get more general information, see our membership stats, and read our faqs for more information. Still not satisfied? Contact us with any further questions you may have.

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Hilton Falls Main & Side Trails (25 km @ ~4.5 k/hr)

Pine farm to King Campus and back: total 20 km @4.5KM /hr

Night Hike: The Hills & Valleys of North York (11.5 KM)
York Mills Edwards Gdns Loop 12 km

[RESCHEDULED] Toronto Harbour Canoe Paddling
Play Tennis at Ramsden Park
BRISK WALK - Summerhill Station to Victoria Park Station (12 km, 5.5-6 km/h)
Night Hike: Stuart Greenbelt, Gwedolwen Park & Addington Greenbelt (5.5 KM)
Devil's Glen (19 KM)

Lawrence Crothers Woods Davisville 17 km
Civic Holiday Hike, Duncan Crevice Caves (16km, 4-4.5 km/h)

Hike For Gelato: Taylor Creek Trail - 9km
Davisville to Rosedale 10.5 km, 5+km/hr
Leslie to Brookbanks Park 12 km

Hike to Summer Wednesdays at the Brickworks - 7.8 km

BRISK WALK: Crothers Woods (Broadview Station) (12 km, 5.5-6 km/h)
Night Hike: Monarch Park to Glen Stewart (9 KM)
The Hole In The Wall (16 KM)

Doris McCarthy + Scarborough Bluffs 15 km
Pretty River Valley Hike (20km, 4.5 km/h)

Old Mill Humber Bay Park Loop 13 km
Play Tennis at Ramsden Park

Leslie Appian Loop 11 km

BRISK WALK: High Park & Humber Bay Park (12kms, 5.5-6 km/h)

CANCELLED - [RESCH] SUP outing or lesson at Sunnyside Beach
Island Lake Conservation

Hike (ca 15 km) in Long Sault Conservation Area and Blueberries picking

Airport + Centennial Park via Etobicoke Creek 24 km

Payment Cut Off: Fall Colours Cabin Weekend - Hiking, Canoeing, Campcrafts
Blue Mountains, Devil's Glen, Nottawasaga Bluffs (16km, 4-4.5 km/h)

Wallace-Emerson to Belgarvia (10.5 KM)

Payment Cut Off: Hiking weekend on Bruce Peninsula (Friday, September 14 to Sunday, September 16)
Nashville Conservation Reserve

Seaton Trail (20 KM)
Crawford Lake / Rattlesnake Point Main & Side Trails (24k @4.5k/hr)

Introduction to Wilderness Backpacking
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