Very interesting, I just scanned through most of it, some of the "informal trails" being "decommissioned" I have mixed feelings about. Used to combine them with the trail from Rouge Hill Station to get past the water works and chemical factory before getting down to the lake-edge. But my prime concern at this time is this:Scarborough Waterfront Project Update
From Rouge Hill GO Station hiking west along the trail with a Big Black Lab to Gates Gully we could use a narrow strip of beach almost the entire distance. In mid-Summer heat, it's essential to keep the Lab wet, and he could go into the lake on a whim. With the elevated lake level, that's probably not possible this Summer. To extend the path west from the Gully to Bluffers Park would be wonderful when the lake does go down. Ostensibly the cliff faces will be stable enough to allow that. It would make a much more viable cycle route into Toronto from the east down White's Road, through Petticoat Creek Park and west into Toronto. One of the few civilized ways to get into Toronto after distance cycling.