Yes! There are two Toronto walking guides with walking maps and inspiring photos by Nathalie Prezeau. That's 52 walks altogether!
Toronto Urbans Strolls 1 & 2 both invite you to enjoy life's small pleasures. Lovely walks, decadent treats, whimsical urban sights, coffee breaks and, above all, the joy of catching up with your friends.
These guides are filled with exciting Toronto walks for girlfriends (... and guys who are secure enough to handle a book for girlfriends). They're great for couples (best suggestions a first date, guys!). Most of all, Nathalie's walks offer the perfect excuse to get out of the house and discover a new place.
About this map: Orange numbers show the location of the walks included in Toronto Urban Strolls 1. Green numbers point to the strolls included in Toronto Urban Strolls 2.
Altogether, they present 52 Toronto walks to enjoy the city!
Each guide offers the visual help of detailed maps in a glossy full-colour 192-page paperback. With hundreds of photos taken by local author Nathalie Prézeau (also the author of Toronto Fun Places).
Toronto Urban Strolls... for girlfriends 1, 2nd ed., with 28 Toronto walks, is your best bet to show off Toronto when you have visitors from out of town (click on link to look inside).
The 1st edition of Toronto Urban Strolls 1 sold out in summer 2012 and made the Globe and Mail bestsellers list. This second edition presents a revised version of the same great 28 Toronto walks. Some of the strolls includes in the guide:
Ward's Island, Scarborough Bluffs, the Beltline Trail, a rooftop stroll, public art around downtown Toronto, the Islington mural walk, Cabbagetown, Kensington Market, Rosedale, Leslieville, The Beach, Liberty Village...
Toronto Urban Strolls... for girlfriends 2, with 24 additional Toronto walks, has no overlap with Toronto Urban Strolls 1. This is the one for those who want to go even more out of the beaten tracks (click on link to look inside).
Many Toronto gems were left out of Toronto Urban Strolls 1. This is the "part two" with 24 more walks, including:
The Junction, Roncesvalles, Ossington, The Beach waterfront, Etobicoke's lakeshore, the West Toronto railpath stroll, the underground PATH walk, Old Mill river stroll, Forest Hill ravine stroll, High Park fitness stroll, Casa Loma staircase stroll...