There;s a wonderful, special spot along Toronto's eastern edge where the Rouge River is split into two branches, east and (this, the) west. The area is known as the Twyn Rivers. The road into it takes a dramatic (!) dip headest eastward from Sheppard Avenue. It is a great spot for a wild hike in Canada's largest metropolis. The terrain is like much of Scarborough and Durham Region, where steep clay cliffs, like those at Scarborough Bluffs, have formed along the rivers, creeks and lakeshore.