P4K Pathfinding with CultureLink and friends

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One highlight of CultureLink’s summer was the P4K Pathfinding bike ride and picnic on Sunday July 17. The event began with a ride led by Cycle Toronto along the Pan Am Path, from Warden Station to Morningside Park, mainly by on neighbourhood streets and on car-free trails. At Morningside Park, CultureLink hosted games, kid-friendly activities and a popular picnic, thanks to volunteers with Bike Host and our Playing for Keeps program. Many participants appreciated a second ride led by Scarborough Cycles, from the Park down to Lake Ontario, along a trail following the Highland Creek. The sun smiled as the group discovered and enjoyed the beauty of Toronto’s natural spaces.

“P4K Pathfinding Walks, Talks and Rides” is a new program by Friends of the Pan Am Path in collaboration with Playing for Keeps, Cycle Toronto and Jane’s Walk. P4K Pathfinding connects young and established leaders to explore Toronto’s trails and ravines. Toronto Foundation is the presenting partner of P4K Pathfinding.

Written by Kristin Schwartz