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  • Writer's pictureMason Zeinali

A swift fox ride in Toronto

Updated: Nov 25, 2021

In Canada, the swift fox is typically found in the prairies and foothills of the southern Alberta as well as in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. The swift fox was once considered a severely endangered species and a re-introduction program started in the 80s to enhance their conservation status. You may read more about these efforts here.

Route characteristics:

- Starts and ends at High Park.

- Covers downtown Toronto and passes through places such as Little Italy, U of T and St. Clair.

- The length of the swift fox itself is ~43km (length of a Marathon run) and 58km is added by the waterfront as signature.

- The swift fox walks towards High Park!

Follow Mason's rides on his Strava profile.

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