You can find on this page the Toronto topographic map to print and to download in PDF. The Toronto elevation map present the topography, river and relief of Toronto in Canada.
The Toronto harbour was naturally created by sediment build-up from lake currents that created the Toronto Islands as its shown in Toronto topographic map. The many topographic creeks and rivers cutting from north toward the Toronto lake created large tracts of densely forested ravines, and provide ideal sites for parks and recreational trails.

Toronto elevation map

Map of Toronto elevation

The Toronto topographic map shows elevation, hills and landforms in Toronto. This elevation map of Toronto will allow you to know topography, river and relief of Toronto in Canada. The Toronto topographic map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Toronto elevation differences range from 75 metres (246 ft) above-sea-level at the Lake Ontario shore to 209 m (686 ft) ASL near the York University grounds in the city north end at the intersection of Keele Street and Steeles Avenue as its shown in Toronto elevation map. There are occasional hilly areas, in particular midtown Toronto has a number of rolling hills, some of which are of considerable height. Lake Ontario remains occasionally visible from the peaks of these ridges as far north as Eglinton Avenue, 7 to 8 kilometres (4.3 to 5.0 mi) inland.

The lowest elevation in Toronto as its mentioned in Toronto elevation map is: approx. 76.5 m at Yonge & Queens Quay (lakeshore is 75 m). The highest elevation in Toronto is: approx. 209 m at Keele & Steeles. The highest elevation in old Toronto is: approx. 181 m at Old Forest Hill Rd. & Bathurst. Divide the city elevation by the height of His Worship (1.78m) and Toronto is 119 Mayor Fords tall; Calgary, a colossal 582 Mayor Nenshis (1.80m) tall.

The highest point of elevation in Toronto is actually located in the north end of the city, at the intersection of Steeles Avenue West and Keele Street as you can see in Toronto elevation map. This high elevation point is located within the York University campus grounds. At 209 metres above sea level, this is the highest point in the city of Toronto.