I once went to the Spadina subway station to find it, but there was only Spadina Road and no Spadina Avenue. Until I got on the 509 tram at the union station and went on the road on the lakeside, I suddenly heard the station "Spadina Avenue", jumped out of the car, and inquired that the spadina avenue was perpendicular to the lakeside trail.
Spadina Avenue is very long, one end is the Queen's quay terminal on Lake Ontario, passing through Chinatown to Bloor Street. It shows a very different style in different locations.
There are some restaurants where you can eat, so the whole environment is also a very good place to experience the natural scenery and enjoy the wild forest.
It’s still a very nice place with a nice view, but it’s too cold this season