May 1 | Shawn Micallef leads a Jane's Walk
This two hour walk will weave through the Yonge and St. Clair area, finding pockets of old Toronto in-between some of the best modern postwar architecture in the city. We’ll stand on top of one of the city’s giant inland lakes, the Rosehill Reservoir, with its fine Trudeau-era atomic sculpture and we’ll enter the Vale of Avoca ravine where Swiss Family Robinson-style trails zigzag up and down the hills and underneath rail and road infrastructure. This walk will demonstrate how modernism and nature co-exist perfectly well in Toronto.
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Toronto Area Walks: Super Modernism & Super Ravines
May 1, 2010
the southeast corner of Yonge and St. Clair