Taylor Creek Park
Taylor Creek is one of several tributaries of the Don River. The ravine through which the creek flows extends for about three kilometers eastward from the Don River at Don Mills Road. The creek continues east for another couple of kilometers through parks and a golf course.
One of several bridges crossing the creek.
This is a popular spot for walkers and cyclists, and can be accessed at several points along both sides of the ravine. Parking lots can be found off Don Mills road in the west (keep right under the DVP), Dawes Road in the east, and Haldon Avenue in the center.
Fallen tree laying across the creek.
These photos were taken in the middle of April, before the leaves came out on the trees. This was one the the warmest days in April, and many people were out enjoying the spring weather.
Stairs leading up to Alder Road on the north side of the ravine.