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The Sherwood Park Ravine is one of the largest remaining protected natural areas in the city. The park contains a small remnant of the vast Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Forest, which once covered this region. Some of the huge trees growing on the ravine slopes are at least 150 years old. This picture, and the other I put into the Workshop, were taken on one of the nature trails in this park. These trails are the most beautiful I have seen in Toronto, especially during the fall season. There are many others natural areas I did not see, Toronto has 600 km of trails and the park system covers 8000 hectares.

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