2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games

Pan Am Path

Toronto Pan Am Path Route Map

The Pan Am Path is over 80 kilometers of multi-use trails from Toronto's west end, down the Humber River to the Waterfront, up the Don Valley, across the Gatineau Corridor, down the Highland Creek and east out along the Scarborough Waterfront to the Rouge River.

This active transportation trail is an initiative of Toronto's Host City Showcase Program, a City Council-endorsed program that will enhance the experience of the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games for residents and visitors while advancing the City's economic development and tourism, sport development and healthy living, and resident engagement and cultural celebration goals. The program includes dozens of innovative projects, which will have a legacy and long-term community benefit well after the Games, including new community activities and cultural celebrations; new sport and recreation programs for children, youth and families; and economic development and tourism initiatives.

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The vision for the Pan Am Path: a trail across the city linking Toronto's diverse neighbourhoods and communities, with opportunities for sport and recreation, art and culture, enriched public spaces, and tourism and commerce. Learn more...


Construction updates

The City of Toronto focuses on construction, branding and signage of the trail and associated infrastructure. 


Pan Am Path Art Relay

In the weeks leading up to and during the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games, the Friends of the Pan Am Path will deliver cultural programming and installations at 14 locations along the Path.