Toronto’s climate is moderate for Canada due to its southerly location within the country and its proximately to Lake Ontario it has a humid continental climate (Koppen climate classification Dfa) with warm, humid summers and generally cold winters
The climate of Toronto 1971-2000
The City of Toronto manages a trail network of nearly 400 km of paved and granular multi-use trails. In addition to these trails, there is an extensive network of informal natural-surface (dirt) trails and pathways within natural area parkland and ravines. These trails are well-used by hikers, dog-walkers, and mountain bikers, and are highly valued as an important part of the recreational trail network.
Toronto is in southern Ontario province,canad, on the northern shore of lake Ontario. The ciry center is 35 miles east of nigara escarpment, an eroded cliff face of exposed lake sediments that passes through suberbs on the western edge of the greater Toronto area. Ice age graciers shaped the landforms in Toronto, as glacial advance scraped rock from the land and glacia; retreat deposite the scraped debries along with meltwater.