Inline skating places like the Martin Goodman Trail in Toronto Ontario. This skate routes got scenic rollerblading paths and asphalt lanes.
Skating Places

Stats for Martin Goodman Trail
Official homepage www.city.toronto.on.ca/parks/cyclemap.htm

Entrance: Humber Bay Park (west end) or Kew Beach (east)
Hours of Operation: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Number of Trails: 1 trail at approx. 20 km's length one way
Terrain: 2 hills at approximately 45 feet each with average to very good pavement that is scheduled for re-paving very soon.
Phone Number:
Toll Free:
(800)
Description: One trail runs along Toronto's skyline and waterfront. This is probably the most widely used path in the city. So socializing is done best here. Also included in the view is the CN Tower, Skydome, Ontario Place, Sunnyside Beach, 2 Marina's, and much, much more.
  One trail snakes through Centre Island and has a stunning lake view, frisbee golf, Centreville and of course the ferry ride over to and from the island, which is an experience in itself.
  At the west end is the Pierre Elliot Trudeau bridge. Here you can either cross over the bridge past the Marina, and into another small park, for an extra kilometer or two of pathway. Or you can take the path snaking Northward (picture #1) under the bridge, and up into James Gardens. This will add an extra 10 kilometers to the trail, and hooks up to the West Humber trail for an extra 8 kilometers on top of that. Combining all three trails would give you about 30 to 40 kilometers of beautiful, scenic walkways.

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Path is on Bridge
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West Side of Ontario Place

 

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