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My sister and I took a nice long walk from Humber Bay Park East along the Martin Goodman Trail to the Habourfront. The bridge connects the east and west Humber Bay Parks. It was nice to breathe fresh air and enjoy the scenery. Right before...More
When first built, the Humber Bay Arch bridge was great. It was the safe link between South Etobicoke and the Martin Goodman Trail cyclists had been hoping for years to have. That was 1993
Since then the area in South Etobicoke has gone from a...More
If you are looking to spend some time by the lake while in Toronto, then this is your place. The Humber Bay Bridge gives beautiful views of Lake Ontario and of the Toronto Skyline. Best to visit in the evening to catch the sunset.
One day at the Humber Bay Arch Bridge, I met my one and only forever favorite final......sassy Angel. We will never ever forget the day and she will always be a refreshed beginning to me every single day I take a strong gaze in her...More
If you're visiting Toronto's beautiful lakefront 'Humber Bay Park', be sure you don't miss this scenic bridge and nearby boardwalks. The butterflies, birds and wildlife thrive in this urban oasis. The Arch Bridge is a marvel to behold.
This is a wonderful landmark and one of my favourite places to photograph both the landscape and portraits of dancers and models alike…
The design and structure of the bridge is truly magnificent which makes it a joy and pleasure to photograph and create some...More
very relaxed side trip from downtown Toronto. good for both cyclists and walkers and soem really good backdrop views of the downtown area and the CN Tower. if you drive be carfeul to feed the parking metres as the wardens are very active
It is sometimes hard to distinguish what defines Toronto, because there is not so much of any one thing, but rather a combination of little things. This bridge, where the Humber River meets Lake Ontario is a special little bit of Toronto, tied to its...More