Visual Running Tours

I love finding new places to run. I often take my camera along with me and stop every few minutes to snap a picture. This way I can present you with a photographic story that captures the scenery of my run.

This post will serve as a table of contents page for these Visual Running tours. You can bookmark this page as I will continue to update this list every time I post up a new visual tour.

I hope you enjoy these Visual Tours of my trail runs. I’ve certainly enjoyed bringing them to you and hope to update this list soon.

Beamer Memorial Conservation Area – Grimsby, Ontario

Beverly Swamp – Flamborough, Ontario

Carolinian Trail – Pinery Provincial Park, Ontario

Clark Wright Conservation Area – Middlesex County

Coldstream Conservation Area – Ilderton, Ontario

Dirt Runway – Northern Ontario

Dorchester Mill Pond – Dorchester, Ontario

Dundas Valley – Hamilton, Ontario

Farm Trail – Binbrook, Ontario

Komoka Conservation Area – Komoka, Ontario

LaFarge 2000 Trail – Flamborough, Ontario

Lambeth Centennial Park – Lambeth, Ontario

Marguerite Omston Trailway: Walter Bean Grand River Trail – Kitchener, Ontario

Marsh Trail at Rondeau Provincial Park – Chatham-Kent, Ontario

Meadowlilly Woods – London, Ontario

Medway Valley  – London, Ontario

Moffat Creek – Cambridge, Ontario

Niagara Escarpment – Grimbsy, Ontario

Pinafore Park – St. Thomas, Ontario

Princess Point – Hamilton, Ontario

Red Hill Valley – Hamilton, Ontario

Southpoint Trail at Rondeau Provincial Park – Chatham-Kent, Ontario

Spicebush Trail at Rondeau Provincial Park – Chatham-Kent, Ontario

Springbank Park: Terry Fox Parkway – London, Ontario

Stoney Creek of The Thames – London, Ontario

Tulip Tree Tail at Rondeau Provincial Park – Chatham-Kent, Ontario

Warbler Woods – London, Ontario

Waterfront Trail  – Grimbsy, Ontario

Westminster Ponds – London, Ontario

4 Comments on Visual Running Tours

  1. Are you taking picture what's in front of you or behind you?
    that is a neat idea. I used to take lots of pictures. I might do visual walking tour. I don't run.

    ps. farm tour doesn't work

  2. now it worked..

  3. Hi Chase .. one day I'll be past to look at the others .. the Clark Wright was fascinating .. and I'm sure great to run along ..

    Go well .. and have a good week … Hilary

  4. Hi Braveheart,

    I usually stop every few minutes and snap a picture of what is in front of me. I take a lot of pictures on these runs and then choose the best ones to work into a narrative. It's really fun to do.

    I also like table of contents pages and thought it would be nice to put all of these Visual Running Tours in one place. That way, I know which ones I've documented. It's kind of like a collection for me now. And I hope to add a new entry soon.

    You should try a walking tour photo post.

    Hi Hilary,

    I have a few favourite runs. I love Red Hill Valley because we always used to run it in high school, same with Princess Point. But my newest favourite is definitely Komoka.

    I hope you have a great week too.

    These running tours are pretty cool

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