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Harbourfront Canoe & Kayak Centre is a fun outdoor activity destination. You can take lessons in a number of water sports, such as paddle boarding, canoeing and kayaking. The difficulty level of each lesson differs, making it ideal for complete novices as well as pros. The staff is very friendly and accommodating and will do their best to make sure you have a good time. They operate from the Toronto harbor, with participants paddling till the pristine blue waters of the Toronto Islands.
Gone Sailing Adventures provides you with yacht tours around the Toronto Islands, in the pure and pristine waters of Lake Ontario. They have a fleet of four yachts in Toronto, namely the Unplugged, Robins Nest Too, Beete K and Lagoon 450. On board, one can expect fun activities such as getting to steer the ship and taking a dip in the water. They also provide their yachts for private charter for business events, family functions, weddings and other occasions.
Woodbine Beach is located in east Toronto, and it is probably one of the best beaches in the city. Due to the beach's distance from Downtown Toronto, Woodbine Beach is less crowded than other Toronto water attractions. You can jog along the waterside, play a game of beach volleyball, fly a kite, simply relax in the sun, and of course, go swimming.
River Humber which flows in southern Ontario has its source at Humber Springs Ponds. Travelling a mighty length of 100 kilometers (62 miles), it meets the Humber Bay in Lake Ontario. A lot of recreational opportunities are available at the river. Beautiful hiking trails, fishing and boating is something that you can expect to do here. The Humber has been honored as a Canadian Heritage River in 1999.
Shaped by the elements over the course of millenia, the Scarborough Bluffs rise from the shores of Lake Ontario in East Toronto. The sheer face of the escarpment is a defining feature of the waterfront, rising to a height of 90 meters (300 feet) above the shore. Several parks span the 15-kilometer (9.3-mile) stretch of the Scarborough Bluffs as it traces the edge of the lake. While most of these are found perched atop its peaks, a few grant access to the narrow beach that lies at its base. The view from the top is notoriously astounding in beauty, although few can deny the striking quality of a more low-lying perspective with the barren rock face rising high above the tranquil water.