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Scarborough Bluffs, Toronto
(4.4/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
Look out over Lake Ontario from atop Scarborough Bluffs to see sky meet water. The bluffs are surrounded by a park, providing an area to have a picnic or barbecue. Adventurous types can hike up to the top of the 90 m (300 ft) tall bluff and get a good view out onto the lake, which boasts some of the bluest water along the Toronto waterfront. You'll find some restaurants near the bluff. To visit Scarborough Bluffs on your holiday in Toronto, and find out what else Toronto has to offer, use our Toronto vacation route planner.
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  • The visit is free and the view is very beautiful. Good to go for a picnic with friends or family and take some pictures.
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  • Stayed in the area for a weekend trip with my daughters. Visited the bluffs as a small side trip. There were a small handful of people, not crowded. This is a great spot to just take in the beauty of ...  more »
  • Very nice park, awesome views and very relaxing. totally recommended, best park in the GTA. Hard to get to without a car though. 
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  • Beautiful (absolutely gorgeous) but do NOT go on a long weekend unless you plan to get there at 9 am or you won't be able to find parking or a good spot to sit. There is only one road down so if you arrive anytime after 11 am you will wait in a massive line up and then just have to turn around and drive out. This past August long weekend (Civic Holiday) they actually had to close the road down because it was so busy. Better to go one day during the week if you can, it will be a much more enjoyable experience.
  • 「Scarborough Bluffers Park 士嘉堡斷崖公園」位於安大略湖東岸,因有65 米高的天然斷崖而出名,也為「萬湖之省」(全省有25萬個湖泊)的「Ontario 安大略」的「湖」光增添了「山」色;險峻的斷崖,讓湛藍的湖水益顯婉約秀麗。 多倫多政府為淨化安大略湖工業污染,於 2000年採用瑞典科學家 Karl Dunkers 所研發的「The Dunkers Flow Balancing System (DFBS) 污水處理系統」,不再遠途輸送污水至淨水廠,而「就地」使用質輕且廉宜的「Pontoon 浮橋」及其垂掛的塑膠屏幕擋去雨水及城市下水道污物。經過十多年的實驗檢測,現已大幅度改善大湖水質,且保留了斷崖附近的美景和水禽植物的生態平衡。DFBS 系統通常建在湖泊或海洋岸邊,由於無須規劃地上設施以及使用質輕又美觀的材料,其建造成本相對較低廉,且除了同具淨水功效外,還可為水生動植物提供棲息之所。
  • Nice view at the top and bottom of the Bluffs. I went both in the summer and fall season and were both great seasons to visit. The only downfall I would say it that there are way too many bugs other than mosquitoes flying around. So it makes an individual who are not a fan of insects hard to enjoy.
  • Fun!! Great view. Very calm and quiet. I've been told there's a way to walk down the bluffs straight to the beach. But you can also drive to the marina at the bottom and walk to the beach easily... Only a few minutes drive down to the beach.
  • A fantastic park to explore and very beautiful. Watch out for parking however as during the summer it is useless to think one will actually get parked. Also, I'm not a huge fan of the fencing that the city has put up, which because of some unsafe people doing silly things now ruins the gorgeous views that should be readily available for all to see.