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Toronto – as seen on the Amazing Race Canada!


Curious about some of the sites visited on last night’s Amazing Race Canada finale? Here’s a peek at the stops on the final leg of the race.

L Tower

The final three teams rappelled 44 stories down the L Tower. A beautiful view of the city from the top, and a thrilling adventure on the way down.

L Towering

Gladstone Cadbury Chocolate Factory

Did you know there is a chocolate factory in Downtown Toronto? It’s a dream come true!


The Toronto Zoo

Canada’s premier zoo has over 10 kilometers of trails to explore – and is the perfect place to hide a clue. Teams found their clue by the Giant Panda Experience.

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Evergreen Brickworks

One of Toronto’s best kept secrets had it’s moment to shine as the final roadblock of Season 1. Transformed from a collection of deteriorating heritage buildings into a showcase for green design and sustainability, the brickworks is a local favourite for it’s trails, farmer’s markets and special events.

Evergreen Brickworks

Olympic Island

It’s part of the Toronto Islands, and a short ferry ride from downtown Toronto. From here you can get one of the most spectacular views of the skyline, making for the picture perfect spot to cross the Amazing Race Canada finish line.

Pulse Front from Olympic Island

Congrats to all the teams – what a great first season! For more information about the Toronto spots visited in the Amazing Race Canada finale click here and check out our map below. 

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