There are many places in TORONTO where you can get away from it all. The Scarborough Bluffs is one of them. Running 15 kilometres (9.3 miles) along the coastline of Lake Ontario, it’s home to beaches, walking trails, wild flora and fauna, a marina and some of the finest homes in the city. The highest point: 90 metres (or 300 feet).
Chunks of The Bluffs fall off from time to time due to erosion. And occasionally someone leaves the planet by tumbling over the side to the rocks below.
GETTING TO SCARBOROUGH BLUFFS VIA PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Bloor-Danforth subway east to Victoria Park station. Then a 12 or 12B Kingston Rd bus east to the Brimley Rd/Kingston Rd intersection. From there the Scarborough Bluffs are about a 10 minute walk south on Brimley Rd.