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Yellow Creek running through a ravine near Rosedale

The Toronto ravine system is one of the most distinctive features of the geography of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is a network of deep ravines that form a large urban forest that runs throughout much of the city. For the most part designated as parkland, the ravines are largely undeveloped. Toronto's slogan: "The city within a park" partially stems from the extensive ravine green space.<ref>http://www.toronto.ca/divisions/parksdiv1.htm City of Toronto Parks, 6 December 2011</ref>


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